IDF says rocket fired from Syria toward Israel; military responded with artillery

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

Earlier this morning, a rocket was fired from Syria at northern Israel, the IDF says.

The projectile landed in an open area, causing no injuries. No sirens sounded in towns.

The IDF says it shelled the source of fire with artillery.

Separately an anti-tank guided missile was fired from Lebanon at an open area near the northern community of Yiftah, causing no injuries, according to the IDF.

The IDF says it shelled a number of areas in southern Lebanon with artillery.

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