The Lebanese army launched intensive artillery bombardment, Saturday, directed at the bases of ISIS organization in the eastern town of Al-Qaa on the border with Syria, reported Al Arabiya.
The Lebanese army used artillery and mortars, in addition to Special Forces sent to areas adjacent to the mountains, where ISIS militants dwell in Al- Qaa groves and Ras Baalbek.
ISIS militants lodge in areas at the far north-east of the Lebanese-Syrian border.
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