Palestinian militants in Gaza fired a rocket, on Wednesday, striking again an open area in southern Israel, according to Israeli officials.The rocket hit the Eshkol region, without causing any casualties or damage.

Approximately 140 projectiles from the Gaza Strip have hit southern Israel since the beginning of 2014, according to the military.

Little over a week ago, two Gaza rockets hit Israel, upon which the Israeli air force launched raids on the coastal enclave, Ma’an reports.

Another was reportedly fired from Gaza at midnight, on June 9th, again into open area in Eshkol.