Lebanese troops fired on Israeli warplanes over southern Lebanon, according to Lebanese reports.
Some 150 rounds were fired Thursday at the two planes near the border.
This is the first time that the Lebanese army has fired on Israeli aircraft, which conducts regular overflights, since the end of the second Lebanon war in August 2006.
Israeli reconnaissance missions are a bone of contention between the two countries.
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