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Forces along the Lebanese-Israeli border beefed up patrols and security measures Saturday after a rocket attack raised tensions on the relatively calm frontier.The Lebanese Army and the U.N. Interim Force in Lebanon carried out patrols throughout Friday night and in the morning hours of Saturday in the eastern sector of the border, where one of six rockets struck inside Israel without causing casualties. Hours after one rocket hit Israel, the Lebanese military discovered found traces of six rockets in the Mari area in the Hasbaya region, some 2 kilometers from the Blue Line. Military experts defused two of them while security sources said three rockets had been fired but only one landed in Israel, which retaliated with 25 artillery shells into Kfar Shuba.
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