On Tuesday, two Palestinians were injured in an explosion near the northeast border of Gaza Strip, possibly caused by munitions left by the Israeli army. Two more Palestinians were also injured by projectiles near the Kerem Shalom crossing, in the southern border.
A 17-year-old and a 22-year-old were transferred to hospital suffering mild injuries, medical spokesman, Adham Abu Salmiyya said.
Abu Salmiyya added that that an explosion surely caused by munitions left behind by Israeli forces near Nahal Oz border, in the northeast of the strip.
Furthermore, Gaza residents reported that two workers were also injured near the south-eastern border with Israel, when an Israeli artillery shell was fired towards them. They were evacuated to the European Hospital in Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.
An Israeli military spokesman said he was unaware of any Israeli military operation in the southern Gaza Strip, but he claimed that two projectiles were fired toward Israel from an area near the Kerem Shalom crossing, and that only one of the projectiles landed in Israeli territory.