JERUSALEM - Israel's military said Hezbollah guerrillas fired at least 10 Katyusha rockets into southern Lebanon early Tuesday. None hit inside Israel and no injuries were reported.
The rocket explosions reported by Israel came hours after the start of a U.N. cease-fire in Lebanon.
The military said it has not responded to the rockets, which were fired over a two-hour period.
Hezbollah, which frequently used the Katyusha rockets in its battle against Israel, has said it will attack Israeli forces in southern Lebanon despite the truce.