UN Lebanon team 'not hit by direct or indirect fire'

Updated April 4 2024 - 6:10am, first published 6:06am
UNIFIL says injuries were "not caused by direct or indirect fire onto the group of UNTSO observers". (AP PHOTO)
UNIFIL says injuries were "not caused by direct or indirect fire onto the group of UNTSO observers". (AP PHOTO)

The United Nations' peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon says an incident at the weekend in which three UN observers, including an Australian, and their translator were wounded was not caused by "direct or indirect fire".

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