IDF intercepts ‘suspicious aerial targets’ launched from Lebanon

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

The IDF says it launched interceptor missiles at a number of “suspicious aerial targets” — apparently drones — that entered Israeli airspace from Lebanon, setting off sirens in the Western Galilee.

It says the incident is over, without elaborating further.

Earlier, the IDF says it struck an anti-tank missile launch position in southern Lebanon.

The IDF says that it is now striking further Hezbollah sites in southern Lebanon.

The incidents come amid repeated attacks from southern Lebanon by Hezbollah and allied Palestinian factions on northern Israel.

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