LAF: Israeli jets violated Lebanese airspace

Four Israeli Air Force jets were seen in Lebanese airspace on Sunday, in what the LAF called a violation of UN Security Council resolutions, Press TV reported on Monday.
The Lebanese military called the jets "spying planes", and a statement read:
"At 7:10 a.m. (0410 GMT) Sunday, an Israeli reconnaissance plane violated the Lebanese airspace over al-Naqoura village in the south, where it conducted several unwarranted flights."
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