Israel shells south Lebanon after border blast wounds soldiers

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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A blast on Lebanon's border with Israel wounded two Israeli soldiers on Tuesday and the Israeli army responded with shelling across the frontier, a military spokeswoman and a security source said. The security source earlier said three troops were hurt in the incident, which took place near the southern Lebanese village of Kafr Shebaa. Lebanon's Al-Manar television, which is aligned with the Shi'ite militia group Hezbollah, said an explosion had been heard in the area. Officials in Beirut had no immediate comment. ...