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An intense exchange of fire Wednesday marked the sixth day of clashes in Lebanon's largest Palestinian refugee camp as the Palestinian joint security force mobilized to enter the notorious Al-Tiri neighborhood.Fatah Movement leaders have rejected an agreement to allow Badr to flee Al-Tiri in return for the recently re-established joint security forces to deploy.The joint Palestinian force was due to enter the Al-Tiri neighborhood Tuesday morning, but Badr's loyalists opened fire at the unit's members.
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