Two rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel
Tensions remain high between Israel and Gaza following the rocket attack. (AFP/File)
Israel's military reported late Wednesday that two rockets were fired from the southern Gaza Strip.
The army confirmed reports of rocket-warning sirens going off in Ashkelon and Netivot.
No injures or damage were immediately reported, the military reported. There was no immediate claim of responsibility from armed groups in Gaza.
Earlier Wednesday, Israeli forces continued near-daily incursions into the Gaza Strip, shooting and injuring one east of Khan Younis and detaining four fishermen off the coast of Gaza City.
Residents of the village of Khuzaa east of Khan Younis said that forces in Israeli watchtowers across the borders with Gaza opened fire at a Palestinian farmer because he came close to the border fence.
The 22-year-old man was in a moderate condition after being shot in the stomach, Gaza health ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra told AFP.
An Israeli army spokeswoman did not have immediate information on the shooting.