Ashkelon

3 injured after house absorbs direct hit in rocket salvo toward southern Israel

Two missiles were intercepted and one recorded a direct hit, injuring 3 people in an overnight barrage of Ashkelon.

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Restless night in the Gaza Envelope.

At around 3am last night (Saturday-Sunday), a barrage of three rockets was fired towards Ashkelon, following many weeks of relative silence.

The municipality reported two interceptions and one hit. The Barzilai Hospital reported that three residents were slightly injured in the attack.

While the IDF makes advances in Rafah, northern Gaza, and refugee camps in the center of the Strip, rocket fire has seen an increase over the past week. In an indication that Hamas still has long-range rockets at its disposal, two volleys were fired at Be'er Sheva on Friday, marking the first such escalation in five months.

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