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Israeli infantry units dismantled cameras installed along Lebanon's southern border Wednesday, Hezbollah-linked media reported, following protests against the surveillance equipment.Spokesperson for the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon Andrea Tenenti said in a statement received by The Daily Star that UNIFIL's Head of Mission and Force Commander Maj.The situation along the Blue Line and in UNIFIL's area of operations remains "stable," the statement said.The protesters alleged that Israel had installed spying devices in order to monitor south Lebanon's agricultural lands.Separately, Lebanese state media reported that Israeli soldiers detained an Ethiopian domestic worker after she attempted to cross from the Lebanese side into Israeli-occupied Shebaa farms, through the U.N.-demarcated Blue Line.Lebanese military personnel Monday reinstalled concrete blocks near the Blue Line after an armored Israeli bulldozer removed them in order to build an iron fence 1 kilometer behind the border.
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