An explosion is seen after an air strike in northern Gaza July 9, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
JERUSALEM: Two rockets fired by Gaza militants Wednesday hit near the southern town of Dimona where Israel has a nuclear reactor, the military said on Twitter.
"A few minutes ago, Palestinian terrorists in Gaza fired three rockets at Dimona. Two fell in open areas; Iron Dome intercepted the other," it said referring to the Israeli missile defence system.
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