Lebanese army, UNIFIL survey border for re-demarcation.
A Lebanese security source told Petra that the officers conducted the survey in the area between the Fatima Gate to the village of Edeisa in South Lebanon near where Tuesday''s clash occurred in which two Lebanese soldiers, a Lebanese journalist and an Israeli officer were killed.
The team was formed after an indirect meeting yesterday between Lebanese and Israeli military officers at the headquarters of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon UNIFIL.
Meanwhile, the Lebanese army launched patrols on the road between Edeisa and the town of Marjayoun after bringing in reinforcements in the aftermath of the clash, the most serious confrontation since the 2006 Israeli war on Lebanon.
UNIFIL also stepped up patrols on the Edeisa-Kufr Kalla main road.
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|Publication:||Jordan News Agency (Petra)|
|Date:||Aug 5, 2010|
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