Military armored vehicles are stationed along a street at the Sunni Muslim Bab al-Tebbaneh neighborhood in Tripoli, northern Lebanon March 18, 2014. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Intermittent sniper fire broke a tense calm in the northern city of Tripoli Wednesday, killing one person from Jabal Mohsen following days of sporadic clashes between supporters and opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad.The death of Omran Habbous, who was killed by sniper fire in the predominantly Alawite neighborhood, brought the death toll to 19 since the fighting began a week ago. Six people were wounded by sniper fire including eight-year-old Baker Radwan who was injured near Al-Jihad stadium in Bab al-Tabbaneh.
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