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Conflict Incident Report
A landmine exploded in South Lebanon during a landmine clearance mission
Date of incident:
November 24, 2017
Number of Injured:
A member of the Mines Advisory Group MAG was injured in his right arm by a landmine left behind by the Israeli occupation forces in the south of Lebanon.
In further details, MAG team member R.A. Alkhalek, a 36-year-old from the Southern Lebanese village of Zrayrieh, had been on a landmine clearance mission in the outskirts of Kfartebnit-Nabatieh when the landmine exploded.
Dismantlement of Explosives/Demining
Classification of conflict (primary):
Border conflicts (Israeli border)
Violations, disputes and/or conflicts instigated by Israeli intrusions on Lebanese national territories, airspace, and territorial waters. While there currently is no Israeli military occupation on Lebanese soil, these events are classified as violations of Lebanese sovereignty and are indicative of the continuous tensions between Lebanon and Israel.
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