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Four suspected ISIS suicide bombers detonated their explosive belts in a northeast Lebanon border village early Monday, killing at least six people and wounding 19 others.A security source told The Daily Star that four suicide bombers blew themselves up near a Lebanese Customs center in the village of Al-Qaa. The army said in a statement that a suicide bomber blew himself up around 4:20 a.m. near the residence of a Lebanese national in Al-Qaa.The Lebanese Army had deployed to the sites of the blasts and asked citizens to remain in their homes over fears that other suicide bombers may plan further attacks.The army estimated that the explosive belts used in the bombings weighed around 2 kilograms each.Army Commander Gen. Jean Kahwagi arrived at the site of the explosion to inspect the area. Moukalled then opened fire on them, prompting one of the suicide attackers to blow himself up, while the remaining three headed to the village's center.Lebanon last witnessed a double suicide attack on November 12, when two suicide bombers rocked a busy market street Burj al-Barajneh- an area associated with Hezbollah- killing 47 people and wounding over 200 others.
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