The Israeli version of today's firefight on the Lebanese border is sharp, clear and unambiguous: IDF troops were operating on Israeli territory. Since the border fence at that point runs inside Israel, the UN forces (UNIFIL) had been told in advance that there would be IDF troops outside the fence. Lebanese forces opened fire, not on the troops which were cutting a tree, but on the officers who stood nearby, killing Lt. Colonel Dov Harrari.
The Reuters version is murky and ambiguous, and starts with Israeli artillery fire. On the other hand, Rueters assures us, the Israelis don't actually seem to be preparing a larger action.
There is no way both versions are true. Either the Israelis are lying, or Reuters is. (h/t Noah Pollak via Twitter).
Not to mention the questions about why there were reporters and cameras on the Lebanese side of the event. Are we to assume they just happened to be passing by?