Hizbullah dismantles 14 outposts near Shaba Farms

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 28, 2006 11:25

 
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Hizbullah has dismantled 14 outposts on the Israel-Lebanon border near the Shaba Farms, Lebanese security sources said Monday. Reportedly, the group evacuated the posts using trucks to carry artillery, other weapons and military equipment, while bulldozers blocked access to tunnels and bunkers. Witnesses said that the vehicles laden with weapons and other military equipment were headed northward. A French news agency reported that the Lebanese army had deployed troops along the border with Syria and that its soldiers had blocked routes used by weapons smugglers.

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