Police mobilizes special units on northern border

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May 15, 2011 16:15

 
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Police mobilized the Lebanon Border Unit, the Counter-Terrorism Unit and other special units to the North on Sunday, as rioting flared on both the Lebanon and Syria borders.

Northern district head Cmdr. Zohar Dvir is holding a joint evaluation meeting with the IDF's northern command. Hundreds of police and Border police are in the Majdal Shams area to locate Syrian nationals who infiltrated the border.

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