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Israel army: 'Israeli drone crashed in Lebanon'

Image of an Israeli drone [Mohammed Asad/Apaimages]
An Israeli drone circling the sky in Gaza [Mohammed Asad/Apaimages]

The Israeli army said on Monday that a drone crashed in Lebanon's territory, Anadolu Agency reported.

In a statement, the army's spokesman Avichay Adraee said: "A short while ago, an Israeli army drone fell inside Lebanese territory."

"The drone crashed during an operational activity on the border with Lebanon," he said.

For his part, Hezbollah's military press said it had shot down the drone, noting that it "penetrated the Lebanese airspace in the town of Blida, southern Lebanon."

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