Army says 2 rockets fired from Gaza toward southern Israel
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - The Israeli military said Friday that Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip had fired two rockets at southern Israel.
The missiles were aimed at the Israeli coastal city of Ashkelon, but air defenses intercepted them, the military said. There were no reports of loss or damage.
Missile vehicles from the Iron Dome Defense System lit the sky in the northern Gaza Strip as they exploded, attempting to hit the incoming missiles.
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No Palestinian group in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip took responsibility for the rocket fire that broke months of cross-border calm.
Missile strikes and Israeli retaliatory artillery and air strikes are frequent but have been largely suppressed in both areas in recent months due to the furious coronavirus outbreak.
The militant Hamas group, which has ruled Gaza since 2007 and has fought three wars with Israel and countless rounds of minor skirmishes, is maintaining an unofficial truce with Israel.
Hamas accuses Israel of failing to meet its ceasefire commitments. This includes easing a crippling blockade in the Palestinian enclave and enabling extensive infrastructure and employment projects.
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