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No one was hurt when a missile from Gaza hit a Sderot factory, but the IDF's "proportionate response" did not hit a factory in Gaza.

A rocket fired from Gaza directly hit a factory in the industrial zone of the southern Israeli city of Sderot, causing it to catch on fire, and a second rocket hit an open area near Sderot, Saturday evening, June 28, 2014. The fire led to further explosions inside the factory. This was the first direct hit since the exchange of fire between Israel and Gaza became increased since the Hamas-Fatah governments unification agreement. Photo by Edit Israel/Flash90

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