UNIFIL and Army vehicles parked near Lebanon's southeastern borders separating the country from the Israeli-occupied Shebaa Farms. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Israeli troops Wednesday removed a Lebanese flag that was raised one day earlier on a newly-erected barbed wire fence as part of Israel's plan to build new military roads on occupied territory.Israeli soldiers last week began carving out an 8-meter-wide military route in an area between Shebaa and Kfar Shuba – roughly 50 meters away from a Lebanese Army outpost on the southeastern border.According to security sources, Portolano traveled to Safed last week to protest road works along the border in the Shebaa region with the head of the Israeli army's Northern Command, Maj.
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