The Lebanese army said it dismantled two "espionage devices" on Wednesday that Israel had placed on top of two of the country's mountains, acting on an alert from Hizbullah."Earlier today, military intelligence discovered the two devices and dismantled them," an army spokesman told AFP.
The spying devices were found on Mount Sannine, northeast of Beirut, and the Barouk Mountain, east of the capital, he added. An army statement said the device on Mount Sannine consisted of visual emission and reception parts. The second device was "more complicated," it added.
Earlier this month, the Israeli army detonated two of its spy devices in southern Lebanon, slightly injuring two passers-by, after Hizbullah uncovered their location near the coastal city of Tyre.