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Iran says Hezbollah's attack on Israel's army was a retaliatory move: IRNA

Reuters Sunday, 1 September 2019
Hezbollah's policy is aimed at safeguarding the interests of Lebanon, Iran's state news agency IRNA quoted a senior Iranian security official as saying in reaction to the Iran-backed group's attack on Israel's army on Sunday.
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News video: Israeli army fires into Lebanon after Hezbollah missile attack

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Israel's military said it has fired into southern Lebanon after Hezbollah claimed it destroyed an Israeli tank.

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