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Rockets fired from Lebanon land in Israel


August 22, 2013 | 9:22 am

Four rockets fired from Lebanon landed in northern Israel.

One of the rockets from Thursday afternoon fell in a field in Nahariya, according to reports. There were no reports of injuries or casualties.

The rockets were fired from a Palestinian refugee camp, Palestinian media reported, according to The Times of Israel.

At least one was intercepted by an Iron Dome anti-missile battery deployed in the area, Israel’s Channel 2 reported.

Color Red alerts warning of an incoming rocket were sounded in several northern Israeli cities, including Kiryat Shemona, as well as Acre and Nahariya.

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