Hezbollah clashes with al-Qaida-linked gunmen on Lebanon-Syria border

By REUTERS
May 5, 2015 16:43

 
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BEIRUT - Hezbollah fighters and gunmen from al-Qaida's Syria wing Nusra Front clashed on Tuesday in eastern Lebanon on the border with Syria, Hezbollah's television channel and a military source said.

The source said the group ambushed Nusra fighters in "advanced positions" in the outskirts of the mountain towns of Toufeil and Britel.

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