Lebanese army opens fire on Israeli jets in Beka'a valley

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March 21, 2010 12:43

 
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The Lebanese army opened fire on two Israeli fighter jets in southern Lebanon, Al-Nahar reported on Sunday afternoon.

According to the Lebanese newspaper, the planes were conducting an overflight at a high altitude in the Beka'a valley and in the southern part of the country.

The planes reportedly headed back to Israel in the face of the Lebanese military’s anti-aircraft fire.

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