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Source: UN peacekeepers wounded in Lebanon blast

Two United Nations peacekeeping soldiers were wounded when a roadside bomb hit their vehicle in south Lebanon on Tuesday, security sources said. A UN spokesman confirms two peacekeepers were lightly hurt in a roadside explosion 35 kilometers south of Beirut. The sources said the casualties were Irish. Earlier a security source had identified them as Spanish. The blast occured as UNIFIL was investigating two Katyusha rockets which were fired from Lebanon into northern Israel early Tuesday. Full Story

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