Lebanon Appears At Fault In Yesterday's Confrontation
A Lebanese commander admits their soldiers initiated gunfire and UNIFIL says the tree was on the Israeli side of the border.
Tuesday's armed clash between the Lebanese and Israeli military left a total of five dead at the cessation of hostilities.
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