A Lebanese Army soldier uses binoculars to monitor the border in the Shebaa region on Monday, October 6, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The Lebanese Army Friday prevented 11 wounded Syrian rebels from entering the country through the southern Mount Hermon border region where heavy clashes had taken place between pro- and anti-Syrian government fightersThe wounded, including seven members of the rebel Free Syrian Army, were stopped at 700 meters from the Army checkpoint on the Rashaya crossing between the Syrian town of Beit Jin and Lebanon's Arkoub in the Shebaa region.Security sources said earlier that the Syrians have been stranded at the border since Thursday morning after being banned by the Army from crossing into Lebanon.
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