Report: Clashes, gunfire between IDF, LAF on Lebanon border

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August 1, 2011 08:54

 
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Clashes broke out between IDF soldiers and the Lebanese Army Forces on the border between the countries on Monday morning, according to Israeli and Lebanese media reports.

IDF soldiers patrolling the border were fired upon by Lebanese soldiers and returned fire. No IDF soldiers were injured in the attack. Lebanese media reported one LAF soldier was injured in the incident.

Lebanese news website Naharnet reported that the LAF opened fire when IDF soldiers crossed over to the Lebanese side of the  border. Israeli media quoted IDF sources as denying that soldiers crossed the border.

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