Lebanese security forces report 5 dead in clashes

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May 20, 2007 09:47

 
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Security forces fought Islamic militants with alleged links to al-Qaida in the northern city of Tripoli and an adjacent Palestinian refugee camp early Sunday. At least five members of the security forces were killed and 10 wounded in the fighting, which involved tank and grenade fire, security officials said. TV stations said at least three of the militants were also killed.

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