BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:20 P.M.) – The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) fired several flares along the Lebanese border this evening after reports of an attempted infiltration from Lebanon.

According to the reports, the Israeli Defense Forces fired the flares along the Lebanese border, where they later arrested two unarmed men.

The reports did not provide any details as to why the men were attempting to cross the border, but it did specify that they did not have any weapons.

Last month, Israel accused Hezbollah of attempting to infiltrate into the Upper Galilee region from southern Lebanon after their border fence was damaged in different areas.

Hezbollah later denied the accusations.

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