Wednesday, October 11, 2006

A new fence is added to a border town already split  es  fr  it  nl

THE FENCE AT GHAJAR, Lebanon, Oct. 9 — Little more than a week after Israeli troops withdrew from Lebanon, the shiny new fence around the northern portion of this village is a reminder of the possible flash points that remain as Lebanon and Israel continue working to quell tensions across their border.

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Keywords: Israel, Palestine / Hamas, Hezbollah / palestinian, gaza, abbas, israeli, group, west, olmert

Start date: Monday, December 5, 2005

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