A Lebanese shepherd examines Israeli shells he found in a field in southern Lebanon, Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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U.N. peacekeepers and Lebanese soldiers were patrolling the border with Israel Thursday, a day after Hezbollah launched a revenge attack on Israel for the recent killing of six party members and an Iranian general in Syria's Golan Heights.The patrols came after Israel responded to the Hezbollah attack with artillery shelling on several areas of south Lebanon.Despite the calm, Israel remains on high alert with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Thursday blaming Iran for Hezbollah's attack.At least five Israeli reconnaissance jets Thursday flew over the Marjayoun-Shebaa Farms area where Hezbollah chose to launch its attack.A Spanish peacekeeper was killed in south Lebanon during the border violence.
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