People check the site of a rocket attack near Saint Elias Church, seen left, in Ras Baalbek, Friday, Jan. 17, 2014. (The Daily Star/Nidal Solh)
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A barrage of rockets from Syria hit two towns in the Bekaa Valley, wounding four people Saturday, a security source told The Daily Star, a day after a rocket attack killed eight in the northeastern town of Arsal.Eleven rockets landed in Arsal, where a rocket attack killed eight including four children from the same family Friday. One of the missiles hit the yard of St. Elias Church in Ras Baalbek, prompting the head of the parish in the village, Father Ibrahim Naamo, to condemn the attacks that have been gripped the Bekaa Valley towns for two days.
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