Rockets fall on northern Israel, cause injuries
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Rockets fired by Hizbollah guerrillas
in Lebanon landed in Haifa and across northern Israel on
Monday, wounding several people, rescue services said.
Three people were wounded in the northern Israeli town of
Tiberias, where eight rockets landed, local police said.
At least one person was wounded in the Israeli border
village of Shlomi.
Other rockets struck the Haifa suburbs, Acre, Safed, the
Upper Galilee and the Druze village of Kisra, the Haaretz
newspaper reported on its Web site.