CAIRO, July 14 (Reuters) - Two rockets were fired from southern Lebanon towards Israel on Monday, Lebanese security sources said, the third such rocket attack from Lebanon since Friday.
An Israeli police spokeswoman said there was no immediate word of damage or casualties from the rocket fire.
The Lebanese state news agency reported that the rockets had been fired just after midnight. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. (Additional reporting by Dan Williams in Jerusalem; Writing by Tom Perry in Beirut; Editing by Sandra Maler)
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