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Rockets fired From South Lebanon Into Israel

(Beirut) -- Israeli officials say two rockets reportedly launched from southern Lebanon landed in the northern part of the country. Lebanon's national news agency confirmed at least two rockets were fired on Saturday from southern Lebanon, but did not say who launched them. The news agency reported that the Lebanese army had circled the suspected launch area. Israeli sources say one rocket hit a building near the Lebanese border. No casualties were reported.

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