Rockets Strike Northern Israel, No Injuries, Damage, Police Say

At least three rockets struck open areas in northern Israel today just south of the border with Lebanon, causing no injuries or damage, police spokeswoman Luba Samri said by phone.

A fourth rocket was intercepted in flight by the Iron Dome missile defense system, Israel’s Channel 2 TV reported. An Israeli army spokeswoman had no immediate details on the attack and said she was unaware of any Israeli military response.

Al Arabiya TV reported Israeli aritllery fire toward Lebanon.

Four rockets were fired from the Lebanese city of Tyre, Lebanon’s official National News Agency said.

Rockets last struck Israel from Lebanon in November 2011.

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