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Syria rockets hit Lebanon’s Al-Qaa

  • File - A general view shows the lebanese village of al-Qaa, front, facing the Syrian villages of Joussi and Nazaria, background, Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)

BEIRUT: Two rockets fired from Syria Saturday hit the outskirts of the Lebanese border town Al-Qaa, in the Bekaa Valley, security sources told The Daily Star.

The sources said there were no reports of casualties or material damage.

There has been almost daily rocket fire from Syria into northeast Lebanon, in attacks linked to the war raging across the border.

 
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