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Israeli and Lebanese forces traded fire Monday, with each blaming the other for the exchange.
No one was hurt.
Israel said its soldiers were fired upon while on routine patrol along Lebanon's border. The soldiers then returned fire, the military said.
Lebanon's national news agency said a southern Lebanese army post came under fire from Israeli forces, prompting Lebanese soldiers to fire back.
Two Palestinians have been shot dead by Israeli soldiers in the Qalandiya refugee camp in the West Bank, Palestinian medics and security officials said on Monday.
The dead men, Mortesen Adwan, 23, and 22-year-old Ali Halifa, were killed by soldiers making arrests in the camp on the road from Ramallah to Jerusalem on Sunday night.
Witnesses said they opened fire after Palestinians threw stones at them.