Tunisia: Land hit by Libyan mortar shells
Updated: 2011-04-20 16:28
TUNIS, Tunisia - Tunisia's Defense Ministry says four mortar shells from fighting in neighboring Libya have hit Tunisian territory.
It is unclear who fired the shells into a deserted area Monday. No injuries were reported.
The state news agency TAP cites the ministry as saying that three hit about 300 meters (yards) south of the Lamlas border post. The fourth fell 500 meters (yards) from the border.
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