Roughly thirty minutes later, a second drone appeared in the same area equipped with explosives, said Hezbollah spokesman Mohammad Afif. Half an hour later another drone laden with explosives went off in the same area, causing damage to the center and the building.
"The first drone did not explode and it is now in the possession of Hezbollah which is analysing it".
Late on Saturday, the Israeli military attacked targets near Syria's capital of Damascus in what it said was a successful effort to thwart an imminent Iranian drone strike on Israel, stepping up an already heightened campaign against Iranian military activity in the region.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri called Israel's alleged surveillance drones a "blatant attack on Lebanon's sovereignty".
"The army arrived immediately and cordoned off the area where the two drones fell", it said.
Al-Manar reporter Hasan Khalifeh said one of the drones came down at 1:00 a.m. (Beirut time) in the backyard of the building where Hezbollah media office is located in Dahiyeh's Mouawwad neighborhood.
Israel has repeatedly struck Iran-linked targets in Syria, saying it won't tolerate a permanent Iranian presence there or the transfer of advanced weapons to Hezbollah.
Hezbollah's Afif affirmed that the Lebanese resistance movement did not down any of the Israeli drones. They fought a month-long war in 2006 in which almost 1,200 people, mostly civilians, died in Lebanon and 158 people died in Israel, mostly soldiers.
A spokesman for Lebanon's Hezbollah says two Israeli drones crashed in Beirut without the militant group firing on them.
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Mr Conricus claimed on Thursday Israel had prevented an attempt to launch a drone attack but did not provide further details. A spokesman for Lebanon's Hezbollah says two Israeli drones crashed in Beirut without the militant group firing on them.
Hizbullah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah is due to give a speech later in the day at a pre-scheduled group event.
Lebanon has complained to the United Nations about Israeli planes regularly violating its airspace in recent years.
But it rarely acknowledges its actions so swiftly, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday, warning arch-foe Iran it had no immunity from his state's military.
The Israeli military said it does not comment on "foreign reports".
In recent days, United States officials have said that Israeli strikes have also hit Iranian targets in Iraq.
He said the developments overnight constitute a threat to regional stability and an attempt to push the situation toward more escalation.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based war monitoring group, reported that two Hezbollah members and an Iranian militiaman were killed in that attack.
The Syrian military said the attacks were unsuccessful and that its air defense systems had intercepted the Israeli missiles.
But an Iranian general said the Israeli strikes in Syria did not cause any damage or casualties among Iranian forces there. Iran supports Hezbollah in Lebanon, as well as an array of government-allied militias in Syria and Iraq. The volatile border between the two countries, which remain technically in a state of war, has been mostly calm since.