IDF seals off roads in North after identifying suspicious activity on Lebanon border

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January 25, 2015 18:25

 
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The IDF identified suspicious activity on the Lebanese side of the norther border Sunday evening.

The activity was spotted across the security fence in the Reches Ramim area, west of Kiryat Shmona. The army sealed off roads in the area and carried out a number of security measures.

A number of army units have been deployed to the sector.

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