Israeli warplanes have bombed a security compound in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, killing two members of the group's military wing and wounding four others.
The Israeli military says it carried out Wednesday's airstrike on the Hamas facility in response to the firing of a rocket from Gaza into southern Israel. No Israeli casualties were reported. Hamas identified the two men killed in the airstrike as members of its Al-Qassam Brigades.
A day earlier, Israeli commandos seized a cargo ship in the Mediterranean, confiscating what Israel says was a massive Iranian arms shipment destined for Palestinian militants in Gaza.
Israel has long accused Iran of arming militant groups who attack the Jewish state. Iran says it gives moral support to opponents of Israel.
Some information for this report was provided by AP, AFP and Reuters.
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