Israeli Jet Crashes in Hezbollah-Dominated Southern Lebanon

An Israel soldier prepares to launch an Israeli army's Skylark I unmanned drone aircraft, which is used for monitoring purposes on July 14, 2014 at an army deployment area near Israel's border with the Gaza Strip.

The Times of Israel reports: A small Israeli drone crashed in southern Lebanon on Monday afternoon for as yet unknown reasons, the army said.

The Skylark unmanned aerial vehicle was flying near the border when it crashed on the Lebanese side, an Israel Defense Forces spokesperson said.

According to media outlets associated with the Hezbollah terrorist group, the drone fell in the area of Labbouneh, north of the Israeli town of Shlomi.

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