Two Katyusha rockets fired from Lebanon towards northern Israel
Two Katyusha rockets landed in the northern Israeli town of Kiryat Shmona near the border with Lebanon on Sunday afternoon, causing damage but no injuries, a police spokesman said.
"Two Katyusha rockets landed in Kiryat Shmona, caused damage to a vehicle and roads. There were no injuries," the spokesman said, according to Reuters. "Bomb disposal experts are examining the damage caused."
Kiryat Shmona was hard-hit during last summer's 34-day war, during which Hizbullah fired some 4,000 Katyusha rockets at towns and cities across northern Israel.
Lebanese sources maintained that the firing was carried out by a Palestinian group. They said the attack was connected to the clashes in a north Lebanon Palestinian refugee camp against the al-Qaeda-inspired fighters, members of Fatah Islam.