The Lebanese army fires anti-aircraft artillery Monday on four Israeli jets flying over southern Lebanon at low altitude, in violation of Lebanese airspace, a military spokesman said.
"The anti-aircraft artillery was fired on four Israeli enemy aircraft flying over the region of Marjayoun this morning," the man told AFP.
According to an AFP correspondent in the region, about 70 rounds had targeted four Israeli fighter-type Phantom planes.
The Lebanese army reports of violations by Israel of its airspace nearly every day. It rarely opens fire on Israeli aircraft, doing so only when they are within range of its guns.
Israel says in response that the overflights are necessary to monitor Hezbollah's arm smuggling in violation of the resolution.