Rockets from Syria hit Lebanon's Bekaa
A bomb attack in Bekaa in June this year left two dead and Beirut scrambling to crack down on spillover violence from Syria (File Archive/AFP)
A rocket launched from the Eastern Mountain Range on the Lebanese-Syrian border landed Tuesday near the northern Bekaa town of Al Fakiha, state-run National News Agency reported.
The agency said the projectile fell east of Al Fakiha, causing no damage or casualties.
Earlier, LBCI television said “a rocket landed between Al Ain and Al Fakiha after being fired from the Eastern Mountain Range."
For its part, Voice of Lebanon radio (93.3) said “a rocket hit the Tinet Al Fakiha area between the towns of Al Ain and Al Fakiha, causing no casualties.”
On June 28, six rockets fired from the Eastern Mountain Belt landed in and around the northern Bekaa town of Brital without causing any injuries.