This picture released by Hezbollah media office on July 6, 2015, shows a Hezbollah fighter during clashes in the Zabadani area. (The Daily Star/HO)
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A 72-hour truce between Hezbollah and Syrian rebels appeared to be holding Wednesday after six weeks of fighting in the Syrian border town of Zabadani and two other towns in the northwestern province of Idlib.A Lebanese security source told The Daily Star a 48-hour truce in Zabadani, Kafriya and Foua went into effect at 6 a.m. Wednesday. Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV confirmed the two-day cease-fire and said the truce comes after Hezbollah fighters and Syrian troops reached the center of Zabadani.
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