Lebanese soldiers patrol the highway between Labweh and Arsal. (File/The Daily Star/Nidal Solh)
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Rockets from Syria hit two Bekaa Valley villages early Wednesday shortly after a Syrian warplane raided the outskirts of a border town known for its support for Syrian opposition fighters.A Lebanese Army statement said a Syrian jet fired three rockets into the barren terrain surrounding Arsal shortly before midnight.Less than 20 minutes later, three rockets fired from the Eastern Mountain Range targeted the Bekaa Valley towns of Labweh and Nabi Othman, the statement added.
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