Israeli forces this morning shelled several areas in southern Lebanon with dozens of rocket-propelled grenades, a Lebanese security source said.
The source told the Anadolu news agency that three rockets were fired from the area of Hasbaya in southern Lebanon towards Israel this morning, adding that "the anonymous rocket launchers" tried to launch a rocket at Israel yesterday evening, but it fell on Lebanese territory.
He added that Israeli artillery responded by bombing the town of Kfar Shuba and its surroundings with more than 25 rocket-propelled grenades. No injuries were recorded.
He pointed out that the southern border is free of any Israeli patrols or UN peacekeepers, referring to the cautious calm prevailing in the region at the moment.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of firing rockets into Israel.