Lebanese soldiers patrol the Lebanese Israeli border in the southern village of Odaisa, Lebanon, Monday, Jan. 19, 2015. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)
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U.N. peacekeepers stationed in the Golan Heights along the Syrian-Israeli border observed drones coming from the Israeli side before and after an airstrike that killed Hezbollah fighters and an Iranian general, the United Nations said Monday.The flight of the drones in the airspace over the Golan Heights was a violation of the 1974 cease-fire deal between Syria and Israel, U.N. spokesman Farhan Haq said. Haq was asked if the U.N. observer mission deployed in the so-called area of separation in the Golan Heights, known as UNDOF, had seen anything.Haq said UNDOF saw the drones moving toward U.N. position 30, after which the U.N. observers lost track of them.
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