Israeli bombardment of south Lebanon on Tuesday killed several civilians including two journalists working for al-Mayadeen television.

Iran PressWest Asia: Since the launch of Israeli aggression against Palestinians, at least 13,000 have been killed, including over 9,000 women and children, and more than 30,000 others have been injured, according to the latest figures by Palestinian authorities. Also, thousands of buildings, including hospitals, mosques, and churches, have also been damaged or destroyed in Israel’s relentless air and ground attacks on the besieged enclave.

Two journalists and one civilian were killed on Tuesday morning in Israeli attacks on the village of Tayr Harfa in southern Lebanon, local media reported.

Farah Omar, a reporter working for local TV channel Al-Mayadeen, and Rabih Al-Maamari, a photographer working for the same channel, were covering the events in southern Lebanon when two Israeli drones hit them, killing both of them and a civilian named Hussein Akil, Lebanese TV channel Al-Manar reported. 

Israeli regime and Lebanese Hezbollah have been engaging in tit-for-tat rocket exchanges along the border since 8 October. Although initially limited in scale, daily strikes have grown in intensity and have reached as far as 40 kilometres from the border in Israel.

While the Israeli army announced on Tuesday, November 30, that alarms went off in northern occupied Palestine, Hezbollah announced that it had targeted a house where Israeli regime forces were stationed in al-Metula. 219

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