Residents of Mieh Mieh town inspect damage to houses and cars as a result of clashes in the nearby Palestinian refugee camp, Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Three people have died and six were injured, including two Lebanese Army soldiers, after clashes broke out anew Thursday in the Mieh Mieh refugee camp, Palestinian security sources told The Daily Star.Thursday's incident is the most recent episode in a month of deadly clashes between Fatah and Ansar Allah.Thursday's clashes followed a day during which the Lebanese Army had deployed to the camp's entrances and a position inside the camp after Palestinian groups agreed to evacuate those areas.
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