Hezbollah Says It Shot Down Israeli Drone in South Lebanon

The Israeli military said the drone 'fell within Lebanese territory,' adding that 'the incident is being investigated'

Israel said it was investing an incident on Thursday after Lebanon's Hezbollah group said it had shot down an Israeli drone in the south of Lebanon.

A statement by the Iran-backed armed group said its fighters had brought down the drone on the outskirts of the village of Yater by targeting it with "suitable weapons."

The Israeli military said on Twitter that "during routine activity, an IDF drone fell within Lebanese territory. The incident is being investigated."

Images released by Hezbollah show the downed Israeli drone.

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