Lebanese soldiers set up sand bags in the border village of Mais al-Jabal, Sunday, Dec. 16, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The Lebanese Army installed another surveillance camera along the southern border Sunday, hours after Israel claimed to have found a fourth "Hezbollah attack tunnel" leading into its territory. The surveillance camera was the second to be put up in the Kroom al-Sharaki region, on the outskirts of Mais al-Jabal, to monitor the Israeli army's movements, the state-run National News Agency reported. According to the NNA, UNIFIL spokesperson Andrea Tenenti said the Israeli army had informed the U.N. peacekeepers of the fourth tunnel.The excavations also resumed east of Mais al-Jabal after the Israeli army last week briefly withdrew its excavators from the area.Five excavators accompanied by Israeli soldiers deployed in Mais al-Jabal as UNIFIL peacekeepers monitored the situation.
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