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The United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon urged the Lebanese and Israeli militaries to exercise "maximum self-restraint" and cooperate with UNIFIL to maintain calm on the border, after rockets were fired from Lebanon into Israel twice in less than 48 hours.Three rockets fired from south Lebanon hit northern Israel, triggering retaliatory artillery fire on the Lebanese border villages of Zebqin and Qulayleh, Lebanese security sources said. The UNIFIL statement said the peacekeeping force, in coordination with the Lebanese Army, is maintaining enhanced operational presence on the ground, and has intensified patrols across the area of operations to prevent any further incidents.The incident came one day after rockets were fired on Israel from the southern region of Hasbaya.The Israeli military said that two rockets fired from Lebanon hit northern Israel late Saturday.
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