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(IsraelNN.com) Terrorists in southern Lebanon fired a Katyusha rocket on the Upper Galilee shortly after 7 p.m. (1 p.m. EDT). No one was wounded and no damage was reported, but a fire broke out at the site of the explosion. The IDF retaliated with half a dozen rounds of artillery fire.
The explosion occurred near Kiryat Shmona, and police and civil defense authorities are searching for the point of impact. Lebanese authorities confirmed that the rocket was fired from a village near the Israeli border.
Lebanon army dismantles 4 rockets aimed at Israel
Lebanese troops found and dismantled four rockets ready for launching near the border with Israel on Wednesday, said a senior Lebanese army official.
The discovery comes one day after a Katyusha rocket fired from Lebanon exploded in the Upper Galilee, marking the first such incident since last month