Hezbollah tunnel uncovered west of Shi'ite village in Lebanon

IDF soldiers uncovered a Hezbollah attack tunnel that had crossed into Israel, the IDF reported.
The tunnel, dug from the west of the Shiite village of Ramia in Lebanon, penetrated a few meters into Israeli territory.
The IDF closely examined areas close to the Blue Line that could be used by Hezbollah to carry out attacks in a forested area near the village. A number of exceptional incidents were identified.
The IDF stated that efforts to expose and neutralize tunnels will continue as long as necessary.
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