Man wounded by mine planted on Lebanon-Syria border

By REUTERS
November 11, 2011 17:34

 
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TRIPOLI - A Lebanese man was wounded on Friday in an explosion on the Syrian-Lebanon border, a security source said, hours after local residents said they saw mines being planted in the area by Syrian soldiers.

The source said Emad Khaled al-Awsheh was heading back from Syria into Lebanon when the explosive detonated, blowing off part of his leg. The incident took place at Huwaishat on the Syrian side of the border, neighboring northern Lebanon.


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