Israel's military says a single rocket was launched from Lebanon and landed in the northern part of the country, far out of range of most rockets launched from Gaza. Deborah Gembara reports.
A single rocket lands in northern Israel. Military officials believe it was launched from Lebanon. It hit near Kfar Yuval, a farming community near the Lebanese border. There were no casualties or damage. Hundreds of rockets have been fired into Israel from Gaza over the past four days --- in response to Israeli air strikes which have so far killed 82 Palestinians, most of them civilians. This rocket, so far north, is considered well out of range of others fired from Gaza. Lebanon has not yet commented on the incident.