Anonymous Rockets Land in Israel
Israel has come under rocket fire from Lebanon, but says it will show restraint. Hezbollah has denied responsibility for the attack, the first since the Israel-Lebanon war last year. Israel and Lebanon have blamed the Palestinians, but no group has claimed responsibility yet.
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Two Katyusha rockets exploded near the northern Israeli border town of Kiryat Shmona. There were no casualties, but roads and vehicles were damaged.
Israeli and Lebanese security sources said they believed a Palestinian group had fired the rockets. Israel said it would not “succumb to provocation”.
The Lebanese group Hezbollah has denied any involvement in the attack. No-one has yet claimed responsibility for it.
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