REPORT: Israel struck a Hezbollah outpost on the Syrian-Lebanese border

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March 25, 2018 21:20
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Dubai based television channel Al Arabiya claims that the IDF struck a Hezbollah outpost on the Syrian-Lebanese border on Sunday.

The attack is said to have taken place near the city of Baalbek in Lebanon. Hezbollah denied the report, residents of Baalbeck claimed they had seen Israeli planes. 



 

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