Rockets fired by radicals from the Gaza Strip struck a kindergarten and a factory in the town of Sderot in southern Israel today, causing damage and no casualties, Israeli Radio Kan reported
Radicals fired dozens of rockets into Sderot in the last hour, according to the source. The army press office has reported several times during this time that air defence sirens went off in the city.
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Rocket exchanges between groups in Gaza and the Israeli army have continued since May 10. According to the latest figures, at least 10 people have been killed on the Israeli side and hundreds injured. On the Palestinian side, the number of casualties in the sector alone has already exceeded 200 in a week, with more than 1,300 wounded.