Israeli warplanes mounted an attack on a Syrian military base this week, according to an American official cited by US media.
There may be a ceasefire on the surface at the Gaza border, but for the Israeli army the threats can come from underground.
Israel has admitted it fired two missiles in the Mediterranean. It initially denied any knowledge of missiles being fired.
Two ballistic objects were detected being fired towards the eastern Mediterranean, the Russian Defence Ministry said according to Ria news agency.
Israel has submitted a formal complaint to Britain after the UK ambassador to Lebanon said that Europe's decision to blacklist Hezbollah was not because of its behaviour towards Israel.
Jerusalem claimed that Tom Fletcher's remarks would encourage future attacks on Israeli civilians.
In an interview with Al-Monitor, a Middle East online news source, Mr Fletcher said: "There has been a lot of distortions on that subject .. I invite people to look at the facts: there was an attack inside Europe and it killed people. We do not accept terrorism in Europe."
Mr Fletcher was referring to a bus bombing that killed five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian driver at the Black Sea city of Burgas in 2012.
The decision to add Hezbollah to the European Union terror list last month was because of this attack, he said.
A group of Israeli soldiers who were filmed dancing to Gangnam Style with Palestinians while on patrol in the West Bank have been disciplined by their superiors.
The Israeli military said it considered the incident "serious" and added: "The soldiers exposed themselves to unnecessary danger and were disciplined accordingly".
The footage, posted on YouTube and aired on Israeli TV, showed the armed soldiers in uniform dancing hand in hand and on the shoulders of Palestinian partygoers in Hebron, a common flashpoint for violence in the conflict.
One YouTube commenter suggested the soldiers should be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
A Palestinian militant group in Lebanon said one of its bases south of Beirut was hit by an Israeli rocket but added that it caused no injuries or significant damage, Lebanon's Al-Manar Television reported.
An Israeli military source said the "terror site" bombed was near Na'ameh, between Beirut and Sidon.
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The Israeli military said it bombed a Lebanese target in retaliation for a rocket attack on Thursday, Reuters reported.
Israel claimed three or four rockets were fired from southern Lebanon into Israel.
Israel said three or four rockets were fired from southern Lebanon into Israel. One was intercepted between Acre and Nahariya and and the others fell outside of Israeli territory.
Sirens were heard across the north of Israel and local eye witnesses say they heard five explosions.
The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) said they are sporadic rocket launches that are not from Hezbollah but could be from international jihadist groups in Tyre in southern Lebanon.
The Iron Dome intercepted one rocket, Israel said. No injuries were reported.
Air raid sirens and explosions have been heard in northern Israel, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported.
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