Lebanon’s Hizbollah group said its gunners fired anti-aircraft rounds on Thursday at Israeli jets that flew over parts of south and eastern Lebanon in violation of the country’s air space. “The air defence unit of the Islamic Resistance confronted…Israeli enemy warplanes that violated Lebanese sovereignty over the eastern sector of the Lebanese south,” a statement from the Syrian and Iranian-backed group said. It said Hizbollah guerrillas later fired three more barrages at Israeli planes that flew over the Bint Jbeil area and further west towards the coast. Local residents reported heavy overflights in the morning. No planes were reported hit. Last month, Israel said three anti-aircraft shells fired from Lebanon landed across the border in northern Israel, including a dud that fell near a school. Full Story
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