Two people were wounded Friday when a cluster bomb left over from the war between Hizbullah and Israel exploded in a southern Lebanese village, the state-run news agency said.
Nasser Haidar, 39, and his 12-year-old son, Hassan, were walking in front of their home in Arab Salim when the bomb exploded inflicting "various wounds," the National News Agency reported.
The victims were rushed to the government hospital in the nearby market town of Nabatieh for treatment, the agency said.
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