Israeli soldiers patrol the Israel-Lebanon border after a military vehicle was hit by a missile fired by Hezbollah in Shebaa Farms, an occupied area on the border with Lebanon, on January 28, 2015. AFP PHOTO/JACK GUEZ
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Israeli troops Thursday resumed their search for possible Hezbollah tunnels, a day after Hezbollah carried out a revenge border attack that killed two Israeli soldiers, the Jerusalem Post said.The Israeli military began drilling again near the northern community of Zar'it, which is situated close to the Lebanese border. They had started the search Wednesday morning but suspended it due to the attack. Israeli army spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Peter Lerner said Wednesday's attack was the "most severe" Israel had faced since 2006, when its war with Hezbollah killed more than 1,200 people in Lebanon, mostly civilians, and some 160 Israelis, mostly soldiers.
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