Israel will reopen two border crossings with Gaza that it had ordered shut over the weekend, an Israeli army spokeswoman said late Monday.
"The crossing points of Erez and Kerem Shalom will be open as normal on Tuesday morning," the spokeswoman told AFP, without giving details.
A Palestinian official who coordinates the entry of goods into Gaza confirmed the reopening of crossings, adding that 330 truckloads of goods would be allowed into the besieged Strip, in addition to one truckload of cement.
Erez crossing will operate in both directions, added Raed Fattouh.
The two crossings had been ordered shut after a rocket fired from Gaza fell in Israeli territory on Friday, without causing any casualties or damage. more