IDF continues maintenance at site of Lebanon border clash

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 4, 2010 10:21

 
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The IDF prepared Wednesday to complete the routine maintenance it was conducting on the Lebanese border Tuesday when Lebanese Army forces opened fire on an Israeli batallion, killing Lt.-Col. (res) Dov Harari.

The IDF brought a large security force to the area in armored vehicles in order to finish the tree clearing activities.

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