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A senior Hizbullah official said Friday that around 250 members of the guerrilla group were killed in the summer war with Israel, the highest toll acknowledged by the Shi'ite Muslim movement.
Mahmoud Komati, deputy chief of Hizbullah's politburo, dismissed Israeli claims that hundreds more Hizbullah fighters were killed, saying the group does not hide its casualties. "We are proud of our martyrs," he told The Associated Press.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
By ADAM RASGON
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