Report: Lebanese youth, 18, killed by Israeli cluster bomb

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August 10, 2013 18:58

 
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An 18-year-old Lebanese youth was killed on Saturday by an alleged Israeli cluster bomb that was left over from the Second Lebanon War, according to Lebanese media.

According to the English-language Daily Star newspaper, Hishem Abdel-al, a young shepherd, was tending to his farm in the south Lebanese village of Hallat when he stepped on a cluster bomb. The force of the explosion killed him instantly, according to the newspaper.

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