Monday, 11 December 2017 07:41 GMT
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Syrian Shells, Air Raids Target Lebanon

(MENAFN - Qatar News Agency) Shells fired from Syria landed on several areas in Lebanon's northern border region of Wadi Khaled last night, the state-run National News Agency (NNA) reported. "Several shells hit the outskirts of the Buqaiaa town in Wadi Khaled near the old railway," the NNA said. Lebanese media reported that four shells were fired from the Syrian side of the border and landed on Khat al-Petrol, Sheikh Mohammed Hill, and Mashta Hammoud regions in Wadi Khaled. No injuries were however reported. The sources added that gunshots from Syria also hit the northern border region. Meanwhile in the Bekaa, the NNA reported that Syrian helicopters raided the Wadi Ajram region in the Arsal plains. "The raids targeted gunmen on the move," it said. Earlier on Friday, a Lebanese and a Syrian shepherd were killed after Syrian forces opened fire on them on the outskirts of neighboring towns in the eastern Bekaa Valle


Syrian Shells, Air Raids Target Lebanon

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