Lebanon alleges Israeli strike on aluminum plant; no confirmation from IDF

Lebanon’s government news agency says an Israeli drone fired two missiles at an aluminum plant outside the southern Lebanese market town of Nabatiyeh early this morning, causing a fire and widespread damage.

The Israeli military has not confirmed any strikes in Lebanon overnight.

A potential Israeli strike near the village of Toul, located far from the border, would be the first to hit the area since the Second Lebanon War in 2006 between Israel and Hezbollah.

The National News Agency said firefighters and ambulances rushed to the area, but it did not mention casualties. Journalists who tried to reach the factory were prevented by Hezbollah members.

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