Two Syrian jets fired three rockets that hit empty buildings near the Lebanese town of Arsal near the Syrian border Monday, a local source said. There were no injuries, according to the source.
Also, Lebanese state-run news agency NNA reported that Syrian warplanes attacked sites in northern Lebanon.
This latest violence comes as the Syrian conflict enters its third year. The unrest started in March 2011 when President Bashar al-Assad’s government launched a fierce crackdown on protesters. The discontent evolved into a full-blown civil war that has left more than 70,000 dead and more than 1 million refugees.