A Lebanese Army soldier carries an Israeli shell in the Dimashqeyeh village, southern Lebanon, Tuesday, August 26, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The Lebanese Army Tuesday found the launch pads used to fire rockets into northern Israel a day before that drew a barrage of Israeli retaliatory fire on south Lebanon, a security source said.A 100-strong Army unit discovered the rocket launchers overnight while they searched the Jermaq area near the Litani River, after two rockets were fired on northern Israel Monday evening from that location. The Army combed several areas near the Litani River including Jermaq, Dimashqeyeh, outskirts of Qleiah and Khardali and found Israeli shells that were fired in retaliation to the rocket attack.The rocket fire from the Jermaq area came two days after a similar attack Saturday.
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