Lebanese soldiers find rockets that were ready to be launched into Israel, on Friday, July 11, 2014, (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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A patrol from the Lebanese Armed Forces Saturday located the launching pad for katyusha rockets fired early Thursday from south Lebanon, after roughly 10 rockets were fired at Israel in less than a week.Army investigators are also looking into how the rockets were transported, deployed and launched from Lebanese territory.Fired from south Lebanon, two rockets struck northern Israel last Sunday night, triggering Israeli retaliatory fire on the outskirts of Rashidieh.The Army had imposed strict measures in the region south of the Litani River that is bound by Resolution 1701, which ended Israel's 2006 war on Lebanon.
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