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Israeli warplanes violate Lebanon’s airspace

On July 6, the Israeli enemy warplanes  renewed their violations of Lebanese airspace.

The Lebanese Army Command’s Directorate of Guidance said in a statement that six jetfighters and reconnaissance planes  violated Lebanese airspace over the southern towns of Kafr Kila and Chekka, and above the sea between Beirut and Khaldeh before leaving the atmosphere towards the occupied  Palestinian territories.

On July 5, Israeli enemy warplanes violated Lebanese airspace over the southern regions, reaching Beirut and the Bekaa.

 

O. al-Mohammad

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