A number of Soviet-designed Katyusha rockets fired from Lebanon landed in northern Israel early Tuesday, causing damage in a settlement, the army said. No injuries were reported. The rockets damaged an electricity line, causing a power shortage, and hit a fruit orchard, the army command reported. Israel's army radio said the Katyushas were apparently fired from beyond Israel's self-designated security zone, a six- to 10-mile strip that the country mantains to the north of its border with Lebanon.