Israel bombs Hamas positions in Gaza Strip
The Israeli air force has bombed positions belonging to the Islamist organisation Hamas in the Gaza Strip after a missile was launched into Israel's territory, according to the Israeli military.
The rocket from Gaza struck an open field in the Eshkol region Monday, causing no injuries.
In retaliation, Israel launched air strikes on Tuesday that targeted "a military compound belonging to the terrorist organisation Hamas in southern Gaza," the Israeli army said in a post to Twitter.Fun and games amid Rohingya camp chaos
The statement added that the Israeli military held Hamas, which has ruled the Gaza Strip since 2007, responsible for all attacks from the coastal enclave.
On Saturday, Israel struck Hamas targets in response to three missiles fired into Israeli territory from Gaza.
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