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Acting US Assistant Secretary of State David Satterfield in Tel Aviv after a visit to Beirut
Two tunnels confirmed to have crossed into Israeli territory; U.N. head Guterres expressed “deep concern” about Hezbollah’s tunnels.
To date, UNIFIL has not been granted access to the confirmed entry points of a tunnel near Kfar Kila on the Lebanese side.
At least seven wounded, including two passersby; attack follows May, July attacks on UNIFIL peacekeepers.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS
The international community cannot credibly feign ignorance of the incontestable evidence of turbulence brewing in Lebanon.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Report: Hezbollah statement calls gunfire exchange on Lebanon's border "surprising and provocative," equates it to attacking all of Lebanon.
By YAAKOV KATZ, LAHAV HARKOV AND JPOST.COM STAFF
PM: Soldiers actions justified; IDF says troops were patrolling border when Lebanese soldier opened fire on them; no Israeli soldiers wounded.
By YAAKOV KATZ AND LAHAV HARKOV
Attack shows Hezbollah afraid UN peacekeeping force will search Lebanese villages for weapons, Defense officials say.
By YAAKOV KATZ
A roadside bomb hit a UN vehicle in Lebanon, injuring 3 UN peacekeepers.
Military training for scenario in which Syria defends protesters attempting to rush border following PA statehood bid in September.
Roadside bomb hits UN troop carrier on bridge in Sidon; wounded come from French contingency; circumstance behind blast still unknown.
IDF used “unnecessary force” against Palestinians who tried to forcibly enter Israel from Lebanon in May, UN report says.
By Gil Stern Stern SHEFLER
Report from Ban Ki-moon's office is based on UNIFIL investigation; blames protesters for stones, petrol bombs, Israel for live fire use.
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