Syrian regime's news agency SANA did not specify the origin of the drone, but reported it "came from the West."
Lebanese armed group says its fighters "confronted with the appropriate weapons an Israeli drone" heading towards the village of Ramyeh overnight. However, Israel says its drone "fell" in Lebanese territory.
Israel's military actions targeting Lebanon could be cannon fodder for the Trump administration to use in its anti-Iran campaign.
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Reports showed smoke rising along the frontier and the sound of explosions.
Recent Israeli strikes in its neighbourhood are a calculated risk, but no matter how controlled, they can quickly spin out of control.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's comments came after Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah accused Israel of a drone attack on the Lebanese Shia movement's Beirut stronghold on Sunday and threatened retaliation.
The strikes came a day after two drones, which the Lebanese army and the Iran-backed Hezbollah group said were Israeli, crashed in the Hezbollah-dominated southern suburbs of Beirut, with one exploding.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said from now on his group will down Israeli drones in Lebanon's skies.
An Israeli military spokesman on Saturday said Israeli aircrafts struck Iranian forces near Damascus that had been planning to launch "killer drones" at targets in Israel.
The July 19 attack struck a militia base in Amirli in Iraq's Salaheddin province. A senior official with the Shia militias at the time said the base housed advisers from Iran and Lebanon — a reference to the Iranian-backed Lebanese Hezbollah group.
The missiles targetted Tal al Hara sector located near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, according to regime-run SANA news agency, which reported no casualties.
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