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#Lebanon: Explosion Heard along Southern Border was Landmine
Local Editor

The sound of an explosion that reverberated along the border in Marjayoun Wazzani Tuesday night may been the result of a land mine detonation on the occupied Palestinian side of the border, the Hezbollah War Media Center reported.

The on its official Twitter account WMC said that at around 9:15 p.m. Tuesday night, an explosion was heard along the border with the "Israeli" entity. "Sources said that a land mine [was] likely detonated by a wild animal that entered a mine field beyond the fence on the Lebanese side, in front of al-Hamari "Israeli" military position in the vicinity of Wazzani," WMC added.

The state-run National News Agency reported that lights were turned on at "Israeli" positions near the site after the explosion.

NNA reported that before the explosion, there were "unusual" Israeli units patrolling the area from Abil al-Qamh to the occupied village of Ghajar.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

09-08-2017 | 14:41

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