Israeli army says no 'aerial infiltration' on Lebanon border


The Israeli army said Wednesday an "error" was behind reports of a suspected "aerial infiltration" from Lebanon, ruling out any major incident near the border.

"There are no launches at this point from Lebanon. There are no alerts," army spokesman Daniel Hagari said in a televised statement.

"This has been an error that we are looking into... We will check whether it's a technical malfunction or a human error," he added.

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