Shots fired at IDF troops near Syria border; no injuries reported

By NOAM AMIR/MAARIV
October 31, 2016 16:13

 
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Shots were fired at IDF forces near the norther Mount Hermon region on Sunday afternoon, according to initial reports.

There were no reports of injury or damage in the incident.

The IDF was checking whether the shooting was intentionally targeting the Israeli military troops or accidental stray fire from fighting across the border in Syria.

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