At least six rockets launched from the Syrian side of the border landed on Thursday on the outskirts of the town of Sarin in the eastern Bekaa Valley as President Michel Suleiman urged the army to retaliate against border assaults, the state-run National News Agency reported.

NNA said the attack did not cause any casualties after the rockets hit uninhabited areas.

But Voice of Lebanon radio (100.5) said several houses were damaged in the nearby town of Nabi Sheet where three rockets landed.