Smoke rises after gunmen from Jabal Mohsen fired a rocket-propelled grenade during clashes with fighters from Bab al-Tabbaneh in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli on March 14, 2014. AFP PHOTO/IBRAHIM CHALHOUB
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Fighting subsided in the northern city of Tripoli Sunday after overnight clashes between pro and anti-Assad fighters killed two people, including a soldier, and raised the death toll to 11 since violence erupted earlier this week.Although activity returned to the city Sunday morning, residents remained alert for any change in the precarious situation in Lebanon's second largest city that has been rocked by several rounds of clashes between rival fighters in the Bab al-Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen neighborhoods. Several other people wounded in the clashes also died, the sources added.
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