UNIFL forces find weapons cache in southern Lebanon

UNIFL forces find weapon

By JPOST.COM STAFF, AP
December 27, 2009 17:35

 
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UNIFL forces in southern Lebanon found a large cache of explosives in crates close to the village of El Khiam, near the Israeli border. The origins of the explosives were being investigated. The discovery comes a day after three bombs planted under a car exploded south of Beirut and killed two members of Hamas and wounded three others.

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