Israel says downed 'suspicious target' that crossed from Lebanon
The Israeli army said Thursday that its air defenses "successfully intercepted a suspicious aerial target" that crossed from Lebanon into Israel.
Al-Manar had earlier reported two missiles fired by Israel's Iron Dome that exploded in the air facing the border region after alert sirens were activated in the Dovev, Sa'sa' and Mattat settlements in the Upper Galilee.
The Israeli army also fired artillery shells at the outskirts of Aita al-Shaab and Ramia, LBCI said.
Hezbollah's al-Manar TV later reported that a Tamir-type missile from Israel's Iron Dome interceptor system had landed in the outskirts of the southern Lebanese town of Rshaf, which lies around eight kilometers away from the nearest border point.