SIDON, Lebanon — Three Israeli warplanes today attacked an abandoned Palestinian guerrilla naval base outside this south Lebanon port city, police reported.
They said the jets fired 12 rockets at a one-story building formerly used as a training base by Yasser Arafat's mainstream Fatah guerrilla faction.
In Israel, the army command also reported the raid, which it said was on a guerrilla headquarters. Pilots reported accurate hits and returned safely to base, the military communique said.
Lebanese police said the target at Darb el-Sim on the southern flank of Sidon's Ein el-Hilweh refugee camp was destroyed along with a nearby bridge.