Members of the Jordanian security forces check a vehicle at the Jaber border crossing (known in Syria as the Nasib border) after clashes broke out on the Syrian side of the frontier on April 2, 2015. AFP PHOTO / KHALIL MAZRAAWI
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Contradicting statements have thrown the fate of Lebanese truck drivers held by jihadis on the Syrian-Jordanian border into confusion Saturday, with the number of drivers still being held in dispute.The truckers' union chief Naim Sawaya said that all of the Lebanese truck drivers bar one had been released after being abducted by jihadis at the Nasib border crossing. The drivers were prevented from crossing into Jordan Tuesday night, after the Jordanian authorities closed their side of the border crossing, known as the Jaber border crossing.
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