'Lebanon raises alert along northern border due to Israeli activity'

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July 28, 2009 18:50

 
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The Lebanese army increased its alert along the northern border Tuesday after IDF tanks assumed new positions near the Shaba Farms region, Lebanese media reported. Lebanese sources claimed that four IDF tanks had moved towards a new IDF post located near the border, while IAF aircraft flew in Lebanese airspace. In light of the developments, the reports said, UNIFIL forces along the border had also increased their alert and were monitoring the actions of both sides. The reports were not confirmed by official sources.

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