‘Bomb blast’ in Lebanese town at Syrian border
A bomb went off in the Lebanese town of Arsal near the border with Syria on Monday, damaging a car, a Lebanese security official says
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A bomb went off in the Lebanese town of Arsal near the border with Syria on Monday, damaging a car, a Lebanese security official said.
Lebanese television stations reported that one man had been wounded by the bomb. Lebanese TV stations had earlier reported that the blast was caused by a car bomb.
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