Israel returns fire as Syrian mortar round hits Golan
JERUSALEM (AFP) - Israel fired a warning shot into Syria on Monday for a second day running after a mortar round hit the Israeli-occupied half of the Golan Heights, security sources said.
The exchange came just hours after an appeal for restraint from all sides by United Nations (UN) chief Ban Ki-moon.
An Israeli security source confirmed that troops had returned fire after a mortar round from Syria hit the central sector of the strategic plateau, causing no casualties or damage.
"Israeli troops fired a warning shot towards the source of fire," the source said on condition of anonymity.