Residents inspect a site hit by shelling fired from Syria into the Lebanese village of Mashta Hammoud in Akkar January 31, 2014. (REUTERS/Stringer)
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The Future Movement of former Prime Minister Saad Hariri condemned Friday the Syrian shelling of Akkar villages which left one killed and four wounded, slamming the silence of the Lebanese state over the matter.A Syrian refugee was killed and four Lebanese wounded, including an Army soldier, in rocket and artillery fire from Syria into northern Lebanon Friday, security sources told The Daily Star.The shelling came as heavy battles raged between Syrian regime forces and rebels in the town of Khirbet al-Rammal in the Al-Zara region on the Syrian side of the border, the sources said.Asked about what justified such shelling, Syrian Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Abdel-Karim Ali said that Lebanon should be asked about the matter.
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