An image grab from Al-Manar TV shows a Syrian military vehicle driving on a road in Qalamoun. (The Daily Star/Al-Manar, image grab)
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Hezbollah and the Syrian army clashed with ISIS Tuesday in northern Qalamoun and on the eastern outskirts of a Lebanese border town, killing the group's leader for the region, Al-Manar said.Last week, Hezbollah repelled an ISIS attack in northeast Lebanon, losing eight fighters and killing more than 50 militants, in the largest confrontation between the two groups since the Lebanese party joined the Syrian war three years ago.Hezbollah and the Syrian army have been battling Nusra Front and ISIS militants in Syria's Qalamoun mountain range along Lebanon's eastern borders for more than one month.
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