The Israeli military says it has fired a missile at a home belonging to a Palestinian militant leader in the northern Gaza Strip.
The military said on Thursday the home in Beit Lahiya was used to make and store weapons and munitions.
Palestinian witnesses say no one was killed in the strike.
The development came hours after at least five Palestinians were killed by Israeli gunfire and rockets in the southern Gaza Strip.
Hours later, three Palestinians, including a wanted militant, were wounded in Gaza when an Israeli drone fired a missile at a car.
Meanwhile, the United Nations says it will open two offices in the Palestinian territories to help organize the January 9th Palestinian presidential election.