Adnan Mohammed Siblini's sister carry his pictures near his coffin during his funeral in Ghazieh, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Six Hezbollah fighters and around 30 jihadis were killed in clashes in Syria's Qalamoun border region before party militants managed to seize control of a new hilltop, a security source said Tuesday, adding that four others died fighting in other parts of Syria.Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV also said that party fighters captured Al-Qubaa and Al-Naffar hills, northeast of the outskirts of Lebanon's Nahleh village, without reporting casualties.Monday's deaths brought the number of Hezbollah fighters killed in the Qalamoun offensive since it began on May 4 to at least 22 . Hezbollah and the Syrian army have destroyed dozens of jihadi bases and driven the Nusra-led militants north toward the outskirts of Lebanon's northeastern town of Arsal, where Nusra and ISIS have established a foothold. Al-Manar also aired a report from the outskirts of the Syrian town of Flita, claiming that it had fallen under the total control of Hezbollah and the Syrian army. Tuesday, Hezbollah held funerals for several fighters who fell in Syria's battles.
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