Report: IAF cause explosion in southern Lebanon

February 4, 2013 06:56


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Lebanese media reported on Sunday night the Israel Air Force (IAF) caused an explosion in southern Lebanon. According to Sky News, IAF planes were seen flying in Lebanese air space at the time of the explosion.

The reports follow days of so-called IAF "mock raids" over Lebanese air space, according to Lebanese news sites.

Lebanon's official National News Agency reported an explosion was heard in villages east of Tyre, although they added that the cause of the explosion remains unknown.

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