Israel bombed two targets in the northern Gaza Strip early Monday, after Palestinian militants fired a rocket into southern Israel dpa reported
A military spokeswoman in Tel Aviv said the targets were a workshop used for manufacturing weapons and a tunnel dug by militants.
Palestinian witnesses said a cheese and dairy factory on the south-eastern outskirts of Gaza City was hit. A large fire broke out and one civilian was injured, they said. The same factory had been targeted several times in the past, they added.
A field and orchard north-east of Gaza City was also hit.
The army spokeswoman said Gaza militants fired another rocket into the southern Israeli Eshkol region later Monday morning.
She told dpa they fired more than 270 rockets and mortar shells at Israeli territory since the start of the year.