Lebanese soldiers patrol the border village of Ras Baalbek, Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Five soldiers were wounded and at least three jihadi militants killed Thursday in clashes on Lebanon's northeastern border with Syria, security sources and the Army said.The Army confirmed that three of its soldiers were slightly wounded in the rocket attack.The Lebanese Army pushed out jihadi militants from two hilltop positions along the northeastern border with Syria, seizing explosives and unexploded projectiles in the offensive launched at dawn Thursday.The Army said the attack inflicted losses among militants, but reported no military casualties.The fighting erupted after ISIS militants attacked and briefly overran the Army post in Talet al-Hamra.
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