Rockets Fired from Syria Land in Akkarإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
A number of rockets fired from the Syrian side of the border landed in the northern region of Akkar, reported the National News Agency on Sunday.
The rockets, fired at dawn, landed in the towns located near the Kabir, or Grand, River near the Lebanese-Syrian border.
Two rockets landed on the house of Sheikh Abboud al-Zohbi in the town of Amar al-Bikat, causing material damage.
No one was injured in the attack.
On Saturday, rockets fired from Syria landed in the Bekaa regions of al-Hermel and al-Qaa.
Other rockets also targeted the Akkar towns of Qashlaq, Wadi Hor, Hikr Janine and Amar al-Bikat,
No one was injured in the incidents.
Bekaa towns, with a majority of Shiite population, have repeatedly come under rocket attacks by either rebels seeking to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime or armed men supporting them.
The Syrian troops loyal to Assad also continue to carry out air raids on Arsal, a majority Sunni town, which is an escape route for rebels and smugglers.