Gaza War: Israel targets eastern Lebanon with new air strikes on the first day of Ramadan

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An Israeli fighter carries out an attack on the border with Lebanon (archive photo).

Israel launched air strikes on Monday near the city of Baalbek in eastern Lebanon, resulting in one person being killed, according to two security sources and the official Lebanese news agency.

This is the second attack since the start of the cross-border shelling against the backdrop of the outbreak of war in Gaza.

A security official told Agence France-Presse that “Israeli aircraft targeted a former Hezbollah building near Dar Al Amal Hospital,” adding that the Israeli army “raid a second time” on a warehouse in the western city of Baalbek.

The official Lebanese National News Agency also announced that “Israeli aircraft carried out a raid on Monday evening targeting a residential building in the town of Ansar in the Bekaa, south of the city of Baalbek,” in addition to the outbreak of fire and plumes of smoke rising from the targeted place.

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