Israeli soldiers fired tear gas grenades into Lebanon on Wednesday afternoon.
The soldiers targeted a coffee shop in the border southern village of Adaisseh with the grenades. according to the National News Agency.
The shop, located on the main road in Adasseh, was crowded at the time of the incident.
Concurrently, Israeli forces fired two tear gas grenades at a shepherd who was in the Marjayoun Plain at the time.
The incident took place as Israeli soldiers were conducting maintenance work on surveillance cameras fixed to the wall marking the border in the area.
No casualties have been reported in relation to this incident, as of the time of writing.
Notably, the move also coincided with caretaker Labor Minister Lamia Yammine’s call for the international community to take action to force Israel to stop the activities that she affirmed: “threaten the peace and security of the world.”
Yammine made the comments while representing the Arab Group in the 109th International Labor Conference on Wednesday.
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