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Israeli jets violate Lebanese airspace: police

Six Israeli warplanes violated Lebanese airspace over several parts of the south, stirring anti-aircraft gunners into action. The Israeli fighter-bombers flew at low altitude over the main port city of Tyre as well as the towns of Naqura, Bint Jbail and the disputed Shebaa Farms border area, police said Monday. Beirut has filed repeated complaints to the United Nations — which has in turn called for Israel to halt violations of Lebanese airspace — following the Israeli troop pullout from southern Lebanon in May 2000 after 22 years of occupation. Full Story

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