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Israel's construction of a wall along Lebanon's southern border resumed Monday morning after works had halted the previous day, the Hezbollah-linked War Media Center reported.According to the report, Israel resumed its construction of the controversial wall at 8 a.m. Monday, on the road between Kfar Kila and Adaisseh, in Lebanon's southern Marjayoun district.WMC said that Israeli forces had stopped construction on the wall Sunday at 4:30 p.m., after installing 24 large concrete slabs "each six meters high and 120 centimeters wide".
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