File - A general view of the village of Tfail, Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010. (The Daily Star/Nidal Solh)
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Around 10 families remained in Tfail Sunday evening, one day after residents received a warning to evacuate because the Syrian army would soon shell the village in the eastern Bekaa Valley.According to Ashoum, the Hezbollah member relayed what a soldier in the Syrian Army had told him: that the village of Tfail would soon be shelled and that residents should leave by Sunday morning.Approximately 100 people, all Lebanese, had returned to Tfail after the village suffered heavy shelling by Hezbollah and the Syrian Army in late June, Ashoum said.As Hezbollah approached from the west and the Syrian army from the east, scores of families fled the village, many seeking refuge in the northeastern Bekaa town of Arsal.
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