Rockets hit Israel 'from Lebanon'
At least three rockets fired from the direction of Lebanon have landed in the north of Israel, Israeli security forces say.
Israel's Haaretz newspaper said at least one rocket had hit the Nahariya area, north of the city of Haifa.
There were no immediate reports of any injuries or damage.
The news came as Israel reported making 60 air strikes on the Gaza Strip in a single night, targeting facilities used by the Hamas group.
Northern Israel came under attack from rockets fired by Hezbollah during the brief war with Lebanon in the summer of 2006.
No group has yet claimed responsibility for the latest attack.
The BBC's Mike Sergeant in Jerusalem says this is a very dangerous moment in Israel's conflict.
The fear in the past few days has been that the violence in Gaza could spread to northern Israel and the Lebanese border area.
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