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Israeli drone strike in Lebanon leaves three Hezbollah fighters dead

The latest strike comes as the cross-border fighting between Hezbollah and Israel intensifies.
A picture taken on July 3, 2022 from the Israeli Kibutz of Baram, shows the flags of (L to R) Lebanon, Hezbollah and Palestine swaying in the wind on the Lebanese side of the border with Israel.

BEIRUT — Three members of Lebanon’s paramilitary Hezbollah group were killed in an Israeli drone strike in south Lebanon on Tuesday, two sources familiar with the group’s operations told Reuters.

The sources did not identify the members.

Lebanon's official National News Agency reported a drone strike that hit a car in the southern village of Ghandouriyeh that left a number of casualties.

A source told the local LBCI news outlet that a third missile hit the site of the attack as ambulances rushed to the scene.

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