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Reports: Israel Strikes Spying Device in Southern Lebanon

Israeli drones struck a spy device in southern Lebanon on Sunday night, according to Lebanese media reports. The Naharnet news site said the explosion was heard in the southern town of Zrariyeh, near the Litani River, amid “heavy overflights” by Israeli drones.

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Watch Live: Donald Trump Hosts Rally in Lebanon, OH

Friday at 7 p.m. ET, President Donald Trump will host a rally at Warren County Fairgrounds in Lebanon, OH. Video courtesy of the Right Side Broadcast Network Follow Breitbart.tv on Twitter @BreitbartVideo

In this Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016 photo, a child, in camouflage and with face painted holds a toy gun, during a rally to mark the seventh day of Ashoura, in the southern village of Seksakiyeh, Lebanon. Ashoura is the annual Shiite Muslim commemoration marking the death of Imam Hussein, the …

Report: Beirut Residents Receive Anonymous WhatsApp Messages Warning of Hezbollah Sites

Thousands of residents of the Dahieh suburb south of Beirut, an area controlled by Hezbollah, received anonymous mobile phone notifications warning them they live in close proximity to a weapons storage compound that has the potential of exploding at any moment, the Asharq al-Awsat newspaper reported on Wednesday, implying Israel is responsible for incident.

In this Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018, photo, a bulldozer works near a wall at the Israel Lebanon border near Rosh Haniqra, northern Israel, Israel is building a massive wall along its northern border, saying the barrier is needed to protect civilians from Hezbollah attacks, but the project has raised tensions …

Pictures: Israel Unveils Border Wall with Lebanon

ROSH HANIKRA, Israel –  Israel is building a massive wall along its northern border, saying the barrier is needed to protect civilians from Hezbollah attacks, but the project has raised tensions with Lebanon, which fears the fence will encroach on its territory.

Assyrian Christians from Syria and Iraq, attend a Christmas mass at Saint Georges church in an eastern suburb of the Lebanese capital Beirut, on December 25, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ANWAR AMRO / AFP / ANWAR AMRO (Photo credit should read ANWAR AMRO/AFP/Getty Images)

Lebanon Considers Free Border Entry for Iranians

Lebanon’s General Security agency is considering allowing Iranians into the country without stamping their passports, which has politicians concerned that this is reflective of Iran’s deepening influence over the nation’s Iran-backed Hezbollah movement.

In this Sunday, March 16, 2014 photo, An Israeli soldier prepares to launch a Skylark drone for a reconnaissance mission over the Hamas held Gaza Strip, near the Israel and Gaza border. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)

IDF Drone Crashes in Southern Syria

An IDF unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) crash landed Tuesday evening in the al-Khader area in southwestern Syria. The IDF announced that the incident, which is being investigated, was due to a technical failure and that no classified information was compromised.

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence speaks during a press conference at the Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru, Saturday, April 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Karel Navarro)

Hezbollah Threat Absent from Pence Speech at Summit of the Americas

U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence failed to explicitly address the growing threat linked to the intensifying operational presence in Latin America of state-sponsor of terror Iran and its Lebanese proxy Hezbollah while speaking to regional leaders during the Summit of the

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Caroline Glick: Germany Abets a New World War

Germany, protecting Iran and Hezbollah, fails to note the lessons of the two world wars it started: If you wish to prevent a world war, you shouldn’t empower forces that seek to initiate one.

Lebanese Armed Forces (Anwar Amro / AFP / Getty)

Caroline Glick: Trump’s Urgent Lebanon Problem

Like the Obama administration, the Trump administration foolishly insists that the LAF and the Lebanese government are independent institutions, and that the U.S. supports both as a counterweight to Hezbollah.

A river turning red caused panic in Lebanon’s city of Zahle after photos of the mysterious dye went viral of social media.

WATCH: Panic As Lebanese River Runs Red

TEL AVIV – People were panicked over the weekend when a river in eastern Lebanon suddenly turned a deep red, in what was later said to have been a leak from a local chocolate factory, Lebanese media reported.