Reports: IAF jets conduct flyovers over southern Lebanon in light of border tensions

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January 24, 2015 19:02

 
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Israeli warplanes flew a number of sorties in the skies over southern Lebanon on Saturday, according to weekend media reports north of the border.

Lebanese press reported that Israeli air force jets were also visible in the Beka’a valley.

The IAF flyovers come against the backdrop of increasing tensions between Israel and Hezbollah following last week’s attack in the Golan Heights against a convoy of Hezbollah and Iranian military personnel.

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