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Security forces Monday blow up an explosive-laden vehicle in the Bekaa Valley, east Lebanon, security sources said, as the Lebanese Army continued to boost security along the border with Syria to prevent the infiltration of rebels.The vehicle, a silver Grand Cherokee, was found abandoned on the outskirts of the Bekaa Valley town of Fakiha during an Army sweep of the area, the sources said. Hours after Syrian regime troops claimed "the fall of Yabroud," a suicide bomber killed at least three people, including two Hezbollah members, and wounded 11 others in the east Lebanon village of Nabi Othman.In response to the events in Yabroud, the Lebanese Army Sunday enhanced security measures along the border to prevent rebel infiltration including in the northeastern border town of Arsal.
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