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Hezbollah shells Meron, Beit Hillel after Israeli strikes kill 2 commanders

Hezbollah on Tuesday fired rockets at Israel's Meron air control base and the Beit Hillel military base in response to Israeli drone strikes that killed two of its military commanders in the southern towns of Ain Baal and Shehabiyeh.

The Israeli army and a source close to Hezbollah confirmed that a military commander was killed in the Ain Baal strike.

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Quintet ambassadors meet today ahead of talks with Lebanese blocs

The five-nation group for Lebanon will resume its presidential efforts today, Tuesday, following a break necessitated by the Easter and Eid al-Fitr holidays, media reports said.

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Geagea asks FPM not to attend session that would postpone local elections

Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea blamed Tuesday the so-called "Axis of Defiance" and its allies of obstructing anew the municipal elections in Lebanon.

"In addition to dragging us to the depths of hell and obstructing the presidential elections, you are working hard today to deprive the Lebanese of the local authorities as well," Geagea told "the Axis of Defiance and its allies" in a statement he posted on the X platform.

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Report: Hezbollah willing to accept president other than Franjieh

Hezbollah is “willing to accept the election of a candidate other than its declared nominee Suleiman Franjieh,” diplomatic sources said.

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Israel's old Lebanese allies grapple with new Hezbollah threat

The looming threat of a war between Israel and Hezbollah in Lebanon is reviving painful memories for former Lebanese militiamen and their families who fled to Israel, their erstwhile ally, more than 20 years ago.

The South Lebanon Army was a mostly Christian militia recruited by Israel when it occupied south Lebanon in the 1980s and 1990s.

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Bassil suggests new UN resolution to end Israel-Hezbollah conflict

Free Patriotic Movement chief MP Jebran Bassil has sent a letter to the ambassadors of the U.N. Security Council member states, the UNIFIL countries, the members of the five-nation group for Lebanon, the Vatican, the EU ambassador, the U.N. special coordinator for Lebanon, Speaker Nabih Berri, caretaker PM Najib Mikati and caretaker Foreign Minister Abdallah Bou Habib.

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Officials say Mossad killed Hamas financier Mohammad Srour

A Lebanese minister and two senior officials said preliminary findings suggest Israel's Mossad spy agency was behind the killing of a U.S.-sanctioned Lebanese man accused of sending Iranian money to Hamas.

The body of Mohammad Srour, 57, was found riddled with bullets in a villa in the Lebanese mountain town of Beit Mery last Tuesday.

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UNIFIL vehicle seized in Hay el-Sellom in fresh incident

A vehicle belonging to the U.N. Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) was seized by residents Monday in the Beirut southern suburb of Hay el-Sellom, which is a Hezbollah stronghold, media reports said.

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Hezbollah claims attack on Israeli troops who had crossed border

Hezbollah detonated Monday several explosive devices, inflicting casualties among an Israeli infantry brigade as it crossed the Lebanese-Israeli border.

The group said in a statement that it had planted the devices in the Tal Ismail area on the Lebanese side of the border and that it detonated the devices when a Golani Brigade force unit tried to cross the border.

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Mawlawi says there are 1.2 million unregistered Syrians in Lebanon

Caretaker Interior Minister Bassam Mawlawi on Monday announced that there are 1.2 million unregistered Syrians in Lebanon.

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