Reuters is now backpedaling:
But notice that the agency still asserts that the Lebanese army only fired "warning shots" at Israeli soldiers. And the evidence for this is _________?REFILE - CLARIFYING DISPUTED LOCATION OF BORDER WHERE LEBANESE AND ISRAELI ARMIES GIVE DIFFERENT DESCRIPTIONS OF THEIR COMMON BORDER. An Israeli soldier is seen on a crane along a border fence with Lebanon near Adaisseh village, southern Lebanon, August 3, 2010. Israeli artillery shelled the Lebanese village on Tuesday, wounding two people, after Lebanese Army troops fired warning shots at Israeli soldiers along the usually quiet but tense frontier, witnesses said. REUTERS/Stringer (CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
We can only hope that once Reuters is finished "clarifying" the location of the border, the arm of the crane in the photo is not extended out a few meters.
UPDATE 6:39 PM: UNIFIL has confirmed Israel's version of events; Israel did not enter Lebanese territory. Reuters is still clarifying.