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Syria agrees to remove border posts inside Lebanon

Syria has agreed to dismantle military positions and sand berms erected several kilometres inside Lebanese territory, the head of a municipality in the region said. “They have agreed to start on Monday May 15 to remove any breach, whether it be a military position or sand berms,” Bassel Hujairi, head of the municipality of Aarsal said on Wednesday. Hujairi said the agreement was reached on Tuesday in the Syrian resort town of Bludan, northeast of Damascus, between a delegation of Lebanese officials headed by the governor of Lebanon’s eastern Bekaa district, Antoine Sleiman, and Syrian counterparts. Full Story

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