Lebanese army dismantles 4 Katyusha rockets near northern border

Lebanese army dismantles

October 28, 2009 09:19

Lebanese army troops on Wednesday morning found and dismantled four rockets near the border with Israel, a day after a rocket hit the North. The attack Tuesday drew a rapid response from IDF artillery in a brief flare-up across the tense border that caused no casualties. A Lebanese army official said that the rockets were discovered in a building under construction in the Houla area from where Tuesday's rocket was launched. Speaking on condition of anonymity in line with military regulations, he said three of the four Katyusha rockets found were ready to be fired.

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