Rocket Fired from Gaza Lands in Negev

Occupied Jerusalem, May 14 (QNA) – A rocket fired this morning from the Gaza Strip landed in the Negev region, south of Palestine occupied in 1948, Radio Israel reported.

According to the radio, no injuries or damages were reported following the fall of the rocket.

On the other hand, Israeli TV 10 channel reported that a bus carrying Israeli settlers was attacked last night by three Molotov cocktails as it was passing near Halhoul bridge, north of Hebron south of the occupied West Bank. No injuries or damages were reported.

It noted that Israeli military forces combed the area in search for the Molotov cocktails’ thrower. (QNA)

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