A Lebanese army soldier inspects a site where rockets were launched near Tyre, southern Lebanon July 14, 2014. (REUTERS/Haidar Hawila)
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The Lebanese Army Wednesday found a launch pad in the Hinnieh valley, near the Rashidieh camp, that was used to fire rockets at Israel.Last week, the Army arrested Hussein Izzat Atwe, who belongs to Al-Jamaa al-Islamiya and confessed to firing rockets at Israel from the Hasbaya village of Mari last Friday.Unidentified militants have launched salvoes of rockets from Lebanese territory toward Israel for the past five days, prompting Israeli retaliatory shelling of Lebanese villages late Monday night.U.N. Special Coordinator Derek Plumbly Tuesday condemned both the rocket attacks on Israel and the Israeli retaliatory action, saying UNIFIL had launched an probe in coordination with the Lebanese Army to prevent their recurrence.
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