Anti-tank missile fires across northern border

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent

An anti-tank guided missile was fired from Lebanon at an area near the northern community of Netu’a, the Israel Defense Forces says.

The IDF does not immediately provide information on potential injuries in the attack.

It says troops are responding with artillery shelling against the source of the missile fire.

Earlier, some 18 mortars were fired from Lebanon, setting off sirens in the northern village of Arab al-Aramshe.

The IDF says all the projectiles landed in open areas, causing no injuries or damage.

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