Two Palestinians killed by Lebanese army at refugee camp

June 18, 2012 21:36


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Two Palestinians were killed in clashes with the Lebanese Armed Forces in the north Lebanon refugee camp of Nahr al-Bared on Monday, The Daily Star reported.

According to the report, Lebanese soldiers opened fire and killed the men after they attacked military posts within the camp. Three soldiers and ten Palestinians were injured in the incident.

The Palestinians who threw stones and Molotov cocktails at the LAF military posts were part of a funeral procession for a 15-year-old boy, killed during a standoff between local residents and soldiers last week.

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