Report: UNIFIL says IDF crossed into Lebanon

January 11, 2007 19:14


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A Lebanese news agency said Thursday evening that UNIFIL ordered 15 IDF soldiers who had allegedly crossed into southern Lebanon to return to Israeli territory, Israel Radio reported. According to the report, the force had penetrated some 50 meters into the country, south of the village of Bint Jbil. The IDF said that the peacekeeping force did not submit any such complaint.

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