BEIRUT, Oct 23 (KUNA) -- Nine Israeli military reconnaissance planes
violated Lebanese airspace in separate times and flew over various areas, the
Lebanese army announced on Tuesday.
In a statement, the army said that four Israeli planes violated airspaces
over Kfar Kala village and circled over various towns and cities for more than
an hour, adding that four other warplanes penetrated Lebanese airspaces and
flew over other towns.
Also, another reconnaissance plane violated airspaces from over the sea in
west Tyre, in south of the country, and circled over southern towns and Beirut.
Lately, the Israeli air force has intensified its flights over Lebanese
airspaces, violating international resolution (1701) and other relevant
resolutions by UN Security Council. (end)
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