Israeli bombing killed four civilians, including two journalists, in southern Lebanon on Tuesday (November 21).
Reuters reported that the two journalists who were killed were working for the Lebanese state television Al-Mayadeen.
Lebanon’s state-run National News Agency (NNA) reported that three civilians were killed in an Israeli bomb attack in the Tair Harfa area. Among them, two are journalists and one is a civilian.
Al-Mayadeen said its correspondent Farah Omar and cameraman Rabih Mamari were killed in Israeli bombings.
The Israeli military (IDF) said they are investigating the details of the incident.
NNA reported that Israeli aircraft attacked settlements in Kafar Qila in southern Lebanon, injuring Laika Sarhan and her granddaughter.
Sarhan’s injured seven-year-old granddaughter is in a critical condition, said a source at the area’s Marjaun Hospital on condition of anonymity as she was not authorized to speak to the media.
Al-Mayadeen director Ghassan bin Jiddo said the third civilian killed along with the two journalists was a journalist by profession.
Since the start of the Israel-Hamas war on October 7, there have been daily exchanges of fire along the Israel-Lebanon border.
According to AFP, the Israeli attack killed at least 95 people on the Lebanese side, most of them Hezbollah fighters. But, at least 14 of them are civilians including three journalists.
Meanwhile, according to Israeli authorities, six Israeli soldiers and three civilians were killed in the Lebanese attack.