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Journalists Say Israeli Military Targeted Them Near Israel-Lebanon Border

HeadlineNov 14, 2023

Israeli military strikes on southern Lebanon killed two people near Israel’s border on Monday. Separately, an Israeli electric power company employee died from wounds sustained from a Hezbollah missile attack on northern Israel on Sunday that injured at least 13 other civilians. Also on Monday, several journalists came under artillery fire from Israel as they reported from the Lebanese border village of Yaroun. The attack wounded an Al Jazeera cameraman and damaged equipment. A Lebanese television crew was broadcasting live during the attack. The Committee to Protect Journalists reports 42 media workers have been killed in Israel, Lebanon and the Occupied Palestinian Territories since October 7. Most of them were killed by Israeli strikes.

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