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Two Syria rockets hit Lebanon border town

  • Smoke rises from Arjoun and al-Dabaa, the rural northern villages of Qusair, as seen from the Lebanese al-Qasr border village, Wednesday, May 29, 2013. (The Daily Star/Stringer)

BEIRUT: Two rockets from Syria hit the outskirts of the northeastern border town of Al-Qasr Thursday, a Lebanese security source told The Daily Star.

No casualties were reported from the rocket attack, the result of violent clashes in neighboring Syria, the source said.

The fierce fighting between rebel groups and regime forces in the Syrian border towns of Qusair resonated in several Lebanese areas including the northeastern town of Hermel.

 
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Two rockets from Syria hit the outskirts of the northeastern border town of Al-Qasr Thursday, a Lebanese security source told The Daily Star.


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