Lebanon: IAF jets fly over Beirut, eastern Lebanon

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August 30, 2006 12:35

 
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IAF warplanes flew over Beirut and parts of eastern and central Lebanon on Wednesday, a senior military official said. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to make statements to the media, said the Lebanese army would issue a statement about the Israeli overflights later Wednesday. Since a UN-brokered cease-fire ended fighting between Israel and Hezbollah on Aug. 14, Israeli jets and drones have routinely flown over southern and eastern Lebanon, where Hizbullah has strongholds, apparently on reconnaissance flights.

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