Lebanon News

Syrian shells fall near north Lebanon border villages

FILE - Syrian soldiers man their post in the Syrian side near the Lebanese Syrian border, as seen from Lebanon's northern border town of Abboudiyyeh, in Akkar province, June 1, 2012. (REUTERS/Stringer)

BEIRUT: Artillery shells from the Syrian side of the border hit the outskirts of three Lebanese northern border villages, security sources told The Daily Star Friday. No causalities were reported.

The shells hit the outskirts of Bani Sakhr, Bqaiya, and Dbabiyeh in the Akkar region, the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said.

They added that gunfire was also targeted the outskirts of the village.





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