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Israel Releases Two Lebanese Shepherds after Abducting Them

The Israeli enemy handed over to UN peacekeepers the two Lebanese shepherds who were kidnapped near the border in southern Lebanon a day earlier.

Lebanese citizens Leon Alam, 35, and 55-year-old Mohammad Zahra were handed over to the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon via the Naqoura border crossing, and then to the Lebanese army.

The Lebanese army said in a communiqué on Tuesday that the kidnapping act was believed to be an attack against Lebanese sovereignty. It added that intensive contacts were being made by the Lebanese army and UNIFIL to urge Israel to release the two abducted citizens.

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