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Clashes again erupt on the Lebanon-Israel border after an anti-tank missile is fired from Lebanon

Clashes erupted again on the border between Lebanon and Israel this morning, where Israeli forces and armed groups in Lebanon have engaged in a series of low-level skirmishes since the outbreak of the latest war in Gaza.

An anti-tank missile fired from Lebanon landed in the town of Metula in northern Israel, injuring three people, according to the Ziv Medical Center in Safed.

No group in Lebanon has immediately claimed responsibility. It was not clear if the injured were civilians or soldiers, but Israel has ordered civilians to evacuate the area near the border with Lebanon.

Israel responded by striking several areas along the border in southern Lebanon with artillery fire and white phosphorus, the state-run National News Agency in Lebanon reported. The Israeli military said its tanks fired back into Lebanon after an anti-tank missile was launched across the border.

Earlier today, the Israeli military said it killed four militants who had attempted to plant explosive devices on a border wall between Israel and Lebanon. A video from an Israeli army reconnaissance drone showed the militants near the separation wall as they were targeted, causing an explosion.

President Joe Biden will visit Israel today in order to ‘reaffirm solidarity’ with its closest ally in the Middle East, as well as to press for humanitarian aid to be allowed into Gaza.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made the announcement after six hours of talks with Israeli officials. Biden was invited at the weekend by Israel’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Blinken said that Biden’s visit was in ‘solidarity with Israel and our ironclad commitment to its security.’

A 13-year-old British girl who went missing after Hamas terrorists launched their barbaric attack in Israel has been murdered, her heartbroken family have revealed.

Yahel, 13, disappeared after the terrorists attacked Be’eri Kibbutz and killed her British mother Lianne, who was born in Bristol.

Her family have now confirmed that the teenager was also massacred in the attack, reports the BBC. Yahel’s older sister Noiya, 16, and their Israeli father Eli are still missing.

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