Militants inside the Islamist-ruled Gaza Strip fired three rockets from the Palestinian territory into Israel on Thursday without causing casualties or damage, a police spokeswoman said.
"Three rockets were fired at Israel and they hit without causing any damage in an uninhabited area north of the Gaza Strip," Luba Samri said.
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Since the beginning of the year, militants in Hamas-controlled Gaza have fired some 50 rockets at southern Israel, army statistics show.
Hamas, which rules the territory, has maintained a tacit truce with Israel, but other armed groups regularly fire rockets across the border, usually sparking air strikes in response.
Early on Sunday, Israeli warplanes attacked a target in the south of the strip around Rafah after rockets were fired into the Jewish state.
The military said it hit an arms factory and a smuggling tunnel, but Palestinian witnesses said no one was hurt.