New rocket attacks on Israel from Lebanon reported
JERUSALEM (AP) - Israeli media say Lebanese militants have fired a second barrage of rockets on northern Israel.
Radio and TV stations say air-raid sirens have gone off in two northern towns. There have been no reports of injuries. But the attack follows an earlier salvo on northern Israel.
Israeli officials have been concerned that Hezbollah guerrillas may try to open a second front against Israel as it presses on with an offensive in the Gaza Strip.
Israel has activated thousands of reserve troops to guard the north and repeatedly warned Hezbollah against attacking.