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6 guerrillas killed after cease-fire

Israeli soldiers killed six Hezbollah fighters in three skirmishes in Lebanon after the U.N.-imposed cease-fire took effect Monday, the army said. The clashes came as Lebanese civilians defied an Israeli travel ban and streamed back to their homes in war-ravaged areas. Four guerrillas were killed near the village of Hadatha in southern Lebanon after the group approached an Israeli position, the Israeli military reported. The encounter reportedly occurred less than three hours after the cease-fire went into effect at 8 a.m. local time (1 a.m. EDT). Full Story

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