French troops to help Lebanese rebuild bridges

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August 27, 2006 15:10

 
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The first batch of some 240 French soldiers arrived at Beirut airport Sunday to help the Lebanese army rebuild bridges damaged during the 34-day fighting between the IDF and Hizbullah. "They are here to help the Lebanese army in constructing about 15 bridges across Lebanon," said a military liaison officer at the French Embassy in Beirut.

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