“Please go to a safer place. Your lives matter more than the news.” This is what a news a

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“Please go to a safer place. Your lives matter more than the news.”

This is what a news anchor said to Rif Akil, a reporter who was broadcasting live for Lebanese TV channel Al Jadeed when a missile struck metres away from her.

Akil was with a group of journalists in Yaroun, within sight of the Israeli border, reporting on the escalation of cross-border hostilities between Israeli forces and the Iranian-backed group Hezbollah.

She escaped without injury, according to reports. Israel’s military has not commented on the incident.

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