Israeli forces and Hezbollah militants exchanged fire along the Israel-Lebanon border on Sunday for the third day in a row. Israel said several soldiers were wounded after a cease-fire with Hamas militants in Gaza ended.
The Israeli military said its soldiers were slightly wounded when an anti-tank missile fired from Lebanon hit a vehicle in the Beit Hillel area of northern Israel.
Israeli forces retaliated with artillery fire, the army said in a statement.
Hezbollah, which is backed by Iran, said it targeted a number of Israeli positions.
Since the start of the Hamas-Israel war on October 7, Hezbollah has launched almost daily rocket attacks on Israeli positions on the border, while Israel has launched air and artillery strikes in southern Lebanon.
But the border was largely quiet during a week-long Gaza ceasefire that ended on Friday.
This has been the fiercest fighting since the 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah, an ally of Hamas.
In Lebanon, around 100 people are reported to have lost their lives as a result of the clashes, 83 of them Hezbollah fighters. Tens of thousands of people have fled from both sides of the border.