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Palestinian fire fighters try to extinguish a blaze at a burning factory after an Israeli missile strike in the east of Gaza Strip on March 14, 2012.
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An Israeli woman and her daughter react after a rocket launched from the Gaza Strip hit the southern city of Netivot on March 13, 2012.
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A Palestinian boy collects his belongings on March 14, 2012, following a fire in his house induced by an Israeli air strike in Gaza City.
Israel launched two air strikes on northern Gaza early Wednesday after Palestinian militants launched a missile at nearby Netivot despite a truce that went into effect on Tuesday, the European Pressphoto Agency reported.
One man was injured when the Grad missile landed in the southern Israeli town Tuesday night, according to The Jerusalem Post.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had cautioned on Tuesday that Israel would respond to any attempts to violate the truce, Reuters reported.
"Our message is that quiet will bring quiet. Anyone who violates it or even tries to violate it, our guns will find him," Netanyahu said in a speech in Jerusalem.
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