Report: Libya mortar shells land in Tunisia

TUNIS - Four mortar shells fired from Libya fell across the border into Tunisia on Monday, Tunisian state news agency TAP said on Tuesday, quoting the Defense Ministry.
Forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi are fighting rebels in the remote western region bordering Tunisia, residents say, and thousands of people have poured across the border over the last week fleeing the violence.
TAP said the shells fell in an isolated area near the town of Dehiba in southern Tunisia. No one was wounded, it added.