Suicide bombers in Lebanon attack came from Syria, not camps

By REUTERS
June 28, 2016 14:14

 
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BEIRUT - Most of the suicide bombers involved in an attack in a Lebanese village had come from over the border in Syria, not from refugee camps in Lebanon, Interior Minister Nohad Machnouk said on Tuesday.

Eight suicide bombers targeted the Christian village of Qaa on Monday in two waves of attacks that killed five people and wounded dozens. Machnouk was speaking in televised remarks from Qaa.

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