Israel shells Lebanon in response to rocket fire

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    Four #rockets were fired on Wednesday from southern #Lebanon towards #Israel, in the third such attack in less than a week, a Lebanese military source told AFP. The rockets were fired from near the village of Seddiqine in the district of Tyre, the source said, without specifying who was responsible. FRANCE 24’s Irris Makler tells us more.

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