Lebanese soldiers, left, along with U.N. peacekeepers seen in south Lebanon. (The Daily Star/File/Mohammed Zaatari)
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UN Special Coordinator Derek Plumbly condemned rockets fired from south Lebanon and Israeli retaliatory action Tuesday, adding that UNIFIL launched an investigation in coordination with the Lebanese Army in order to prevent more attacks.The Lebanese Army has intensified its efforts to track down the perpetrators of recent rocket attacks into Israel, which retaliated with a barrage of artillery fire on south Lebanon.In a statement, the military said Army forces continued to pursue the perpetrators involved in firing two rockets at 10:30 p.m. Monday from an area south of Tyre toward Israel. The source said the Army had imposed strict measures in the region south of the Litani River that is bound by U.N. Resolution 1701, which ended Israel's 2006 war on Lebanon.
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