This Apr. 10, 2012 photo shows Syrian soldiers in a field in the Syrian village of Al Arida Al Gharbia as seen from the northern Lebanese village of Wadi Khaled near the Lebanon-Syria border. (REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim)
BEIRUT: Seventeen Syrians wounded in ongoing gunbattles in the Qalaat al-Hosn area near the northern Lebanese border region of Wadi Khaled, were transported to hospitals in north Lebanon Thursday.
They were taken by Lebanese Red Cross ambulances after crossing the border into Wadi Khaled, the sources told The Daily Star.
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