Report: Israeli Drone Crashes in Lebanon

A drone used by Israeli troops fires teargas at Palestinians during a demonstration near the Gaza Strip border with Israel, in eastern Gaza City, Friday, March 30, 2018. Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops along the Gaza border Friday morning as thousands gathered there for mass sit-ins led by the militant …
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The Jerusalem Post reports: An Israeli drone crashed in southern Lebanon, Hezbollah’s al-Manar TV reported on its website on Saturday, citing its correspondent.

“An unmanned Israeli spy plane crashes between the villages of Beit Yahoun and Baraachit,” al-Manar reported. Hezbollah reported that it was an unmanned Hermes 450 aircraft that fell with four missiles.

The IDF Spokesperson confirmed that an unmanned aerial vehicle had fallen within Lebanese territory overnight, and credited it to a technical failure. The IDF is investigating the incident.

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