Israel fires missiles at Lebanon

Tel Aviv has launched five missiles at Lebanon claiming the assault was in retaliation to rocket attacks on northern Israeli towns.

According to Israeli officials four rockets landed on northern Israel early on Thursday, a Press TV correspondent reported. Israeli sources said 4 settlers were injured in the attack.

Israeli Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the rockets landed around the town of Nahariya, 8 km (5 miles) south of the Lebanese border. Tel Aviv claims the rockets were launched from southern Lebanon.

Lebanon's Hezbollah, however, says it is not responsible for the alleged firing of rockets at Israel.

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