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Relative calm appears to have returned to the northeastern Lebanese-Syrian border Tuesday, following three days of battles between militants from Daesh (ISIS) and the Nusra Front.Clashes began Sunday and centered on the Qalamoun region in Syria and throughout the outskirts of the Lebanese border village of Arsal.The Nusra Front attempted to secure the strategic Zamarani border crossing between Lebanon and Syria in a bid to recapture the location they had previously lost to Daesh. The Army has continuously fired artillery and rockets at positions of both militant groups.
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