Three rockets fired from Syria landed in the northeast Lebanon town of Labweh Wednesday,  security sources said, adding that there were no reports of causalities.
Two of the rockets, which caused material damage, landed near the town cemetery, the sources said.
The third rocket landed at the town’s main road near a commerci al store, they added.
The attack was claimed by the militant group Liwaa Ahrar Al Sunna-Baalbek , which referred to the town as a "Hezbollah stronghold."
Previous such attacks against predominantly-Shiite towns and villages commonly associated with Hezbollah have been claimed by Islamist groups linked to the armed Syrian opposition, citing Hezbollah's role in the Syrian war.