BEIRUT (AP) — An Israeli strike in southern Lebanon on Tuesday killed two journalists who were reporting for a Beirut-based TV news channel Al-Mayadeen on military activity along the border with Israel, according to Lebanese officials and the broadcaster.
A Palestinian official and a Lebanese security official said a separate strike at another location in Lebanon killed four members of Hamas, the militant group that rules the Gaza Strip and is at war with Israel.
The Pan-Arab TV channel Al-Mayadeen, which is politically allied with the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, identified the journalists killed in the town of Tair Harfa as correspondent Farah Omar and cameraman Rabih Maamari. It said they were “martyred by treacherous Israeli targeting.”
The airstrike that hit the journalists also killed a Lebanese civilian, Hussein Akil, according to Al-Mayadeen and Lebanon’s state media.
The Israeli military said it was looking into the reports. In a statement …