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Israel Attacks Suspected Hezbollah Outpost

Israeli warplanes attacked a suspected Hezbollah outpost in southern Lebanon on Sunday after the guerrilla group fired anti-aircraft shells at an army base in northern Israel, the army said. The army said it destroyed the Hezbollah outpost used to fire the shells, which caused no injuries. There was no immediate report on any casualties from the airstrike. The Haaretz newspaper reported the shells were fired shortly after Israeli fighters overflew Lebanon. The army accused Hezbollah of using the excuse of anti-aircraft fire to terrorize towns in northern Israel. “The state of Israel is determined not to allow attacks from Lebanese territory and to hold the governments of Lebanon and Syria responsible for these actions,” the army said in a statement. Full Story

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