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‘Israeli’ drone crashes in east Lebanon

An unmanned spy drone, reportedly belonging to Israel, has crashed in eastern Lebanon, according to the country’s official news agency. The drone was downed in the village of Younin in the Baalbek region on Saturday and caused fire in the area, the National News Agency reported. Lebanese security forces surrounded the area and officials are investigating the cause of the incident. Informed sources announced ...

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Israeli soldiers violate Lebanon border

Israeli soldiers have once again crossed into Lebanon in clear violation of the country's sovereignty and a UN Security Council resolution. The incident occurred on Wednesday when an Israeli foot patrol of 11 crossed an electric fence in southern Lebanon, the Lebanese News Agency reported on Wednesday. They reportedly proceeded close to the Wazzani River and stayed at the river’s eastern bank for several ho ...

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Hezbollah calls for release of Shia cleric Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr

The Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has strongly condemned the arrest of Shia cleric Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr by the Saudi Arabian government and has called for his immediate release, Press TV reports. On Monday, Hezbollah issued a statement censuring the “violent lash out of Saudi security on peaceful protestors in the city of Awamiyah and the Qatif region; which led to the fall of martyrs and wounded.” ...

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Hezbollah condemns McCain’s remarks on Syria

The Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has condemned US Senator John McCain for his remarks on the establishment of a buffer zone in Lebanon for the Syrian rebels, Press TV reports. In a Friday statement, Hezbollah described McCain's comments as a blatant violation of Lebanese sovereignty. Hezbollah also called for an official Lebanese stance against what it called the US intervention. The reaction came ...

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Lebanese tradesmen in Tripoli protest deadly Syria-related clashes

Lebanese shopkeepers in the northern port city of Tripoli have gone on strike to protest the recent deadly clashes between the supporters and opponents of the Syrian government. The shopkeepers began the strike on Monday, two days after a new round of the clashes broke out in Tripoli. Thirteen people were killed on June 2 and two others who had been injured in the fighting died the next day. On June 3, extr ...

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