Lebanon to lodge complaint with UN against Israel for border shooting

Lebanon's government decided Monday to lodge a complaint with the UN Security Council against Israel for a cross-border shooting incident that killed one Lebanese man and wounded another, the prime minister's office report. Prime Minister Fuad Saniora instructed the Lebanese mission at the United Nations in New York to lodge the complaint "as a result of the aggression against the Lebanese lands," his office said. Israel has acknowledged shooting what it said were people attempting to smuggle heroin and hashish into Israeli-held territory.