JERUSALEM – Israel carried out more airstrikes in the Gaza Strip early Monday.
The military said its fighter jets struck an unoccupied building near the eastern Gaza town of Khan Younis along with seven roads, most in northern Gaza.
No casualties were immediately reported.
The Israeli military has carried out airstrikes in Gaza almost nightly in recent days, saying the goal is to stop militants from firing homemade rockets into Israel.
Last week Israel declared six square miles of northern Gaza off limits to Palestinians.