Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah threatened to retaliate against Israel after two of its drones fell in southern suburbs of Beirut dominated by the group. Nasrallah was speaking in a televised speech from an undisclosed location to his supporters who gathered in Al-Ain on Sunday.

"I can say to the Israeli army on the border: starting from tonight, be cautious and be on standby on the wall [border], and wait for us - for one, two, three, four days. Wait for us," said Nasrallah.

Earlier Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri said the incident with Israeli drones amounted to an open attack on the country.

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