Katyusha Rockets Fired from Lebanon Strike Northern Israel

[AP/Los Angeles Times/Ha'aretz] Two Katyusha rockets fired from Lebanon struck northern Israel on Sunday, the first since last summer's war with Hizbullah. One rocket hit a factory and the other hit a car near Kiryat Shmona. The Lebanese LBC channel reported three rockets were fired at Israel from the village of Taibeh. The third rocket struck next to a UNIFIL base in the southern Lebanese village of Houla. An Israeli official accompanying Prime Minister Olmert on a visit to the U.S. said: "It seems that it was Palestinians, not Hizbullah."

2007-06-18 01:00:00

Full Article


Visit the Daily Alert Archive