Crossing border: Israeli troops arrest three Lebanese

TEL AVIV: The Israeli Army in its statement said that its troops have arrested three Lebanese "suspects" after they crossed into the country. "The troops apprehended the suspects and they are being questioned at the scene,"  according to Xinhua news.

Israeli media reported that the three were apparently Lebanese shepherds. The three were apprehended by an Israeli military patrol on Sunday after they crossed the Blue Line, a border demarcation published in 2000 by the UN after Israel withdrew its forces from southern Lebanon, according to a military statement.

In a similar incident in February, Israeli soldiers arrested a Lebanese man for crossing the volatile border.

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