Ambulances drive out of the Lebanese town of Arsal in the Bekaa valley near the border with Syria, on August 3, 2014. AFP PHOTO/STR
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The Lebanese Army rounded up about 50 people Monday in a northeast border village following a roadside bombing that lightly wounded five soldiers.However in a statement, the army said five soldiers suffered minor wounds in the blast.The source said that those who planted the explosive device were likely just trying to send a message of mischief and did not intend to target the Lebanese Army. In March, one soldier was killed and three others wounded in a roadside bomb attack against an army convoy in the Arsal area of Wadi Ata.
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