Lebanese soldiers inspect the remains of a missile that landed in the southern Lebanese village of Hebbarieh.
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The latest escalation between Israel and Iran did not leave Lebanon untouched, with missile debris falling in the country's south and a flight being diverted away from Beirut Thursday morning.The Russian Defense Ministry said that 28 Israeli planes had fired 70 missiles into Syria.Israeli flyovers in southern Lebanon continued throughout Thursday, reaching as far north as Jezzine. Some missile debris from the early morning missile barrage landed in south Lebanon's Hebbarieh at dawn. A security source said the debris came from a surface-to-air SAM 5 missile that measured around three meters long, which had been launched by the Syrian army toward an Israeli warplane. The Lebanese Army's Engineering Corps Thursday arrived to the scene and took the debris to an Army post.
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