Lebanese army: IAF planes violated Lebanon's airspace for 8 hours

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October 13, 2013 16:32

 
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The Lebanese army command has accused Israeli Air Force aircrafts of violating Lebanese airspace for eight hours on Saturday, Egyptian newspaper Al-Masry Al-Youm reported.

"At 6:15 on Saturday morning, a reconnaissance aircraft belonging to the Israeli enemy violated Lebanese airspace over the town of Naqoura, circling over the south. It left after nearly 8 hours above the town of Alma al-Shaab," a statement from the Lebanese army said.


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