An Israeli strike in south Lebanon killed two journalists and another civilian today, official media in Lebanon claims, while Lebanon’s Al-Mayadeen television says two of its staff were killed.
The state-run National News Agency reports “the death of three citizens — two journalists and another civilian — in enemy bombing” of the Tair Harfa area. Al-Mayadeen says its “correspondent Farah Omar and cameraman Rabih Maamari were killed by an Israeli attack.”
The IDF has said it struck Hezbollah targets, including missile launching squads and other military sites. It has not commented on the Lebanese claims so far.