Trucks are parked at the port in Beirut, Monday, March 9, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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A number of Lebanese truck drivers crossed into Lebanon Sunday after at least 30 drivers were stranded on the Syrian-Jordanian border for four days, the head of Lebanon's Truck Union told The Daily Star.Naim Sawaya said that six truck drivers entered Lebanon through the Masnaa border crossing after being stranded in a no man's land between the Syrian Nasib crossing and Jordan's Jaber crossing. Ahmad Alam, the mayor of Seer al-Dinnieh and owner of eight of the trucks that were prevented from crossing the border, confirmed that six truck drivers have entered Lebanon and confirmed that authorities have lost contact with two truck drivers whose whereabouts are currently unknown.
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