Roadside bomb ‘targets Hezbollah van’ in eastern Lebanon
An explosive device on the side of the road in Chtaura, Lebanon, targeted a Hezbollah vehicle
A roadside explosive in the Lebanese town of Chtaura targeted a Hezbollah vehicle on Monday, Al Arabiya News Channel reported.
Sources told Al Arabiya that there were no injuries reported and the van, which reportedly belonging to Hezbollah, continued on its journey to an unidentified location.
Chtaura is a town in Lebanon in the Beqaa Valley located halfway on the Beirut-Damascus highway and 44 km from Beirut.
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