A Lebanese Army checkpoint seen through a damaged vehicle in Ain al-Hilweh, Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Zaatari)
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Tensions simmered at a south Lebanon camp Thursday, one day after a member of an extremist group was assassinated.Two people were killed Wednesday by gunfire, including Samer Hmeid, also known as Samer Nejmeh, a member of the militant group Asbat al-Ansar.Mahmoud Abu al-Yaman was also killed in the Barakat neighborhood during the gunfire that followed the assassination.Ain al-Hilweh and the neighboring Mieh Mieh camp are often rocked by gun violence between rival Palestinian and extremist factions.
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