U.N. Peacekeepers Hurt in Southern Lebanon Explosion

Four U.N. peacekeepers, including military observers from Australia, Chile, and Norway, and a Lebanese translator, were wounded in a blast near the Israel-Lebanon border. The personnel, part of the U.N. Truce Supervision Organization, were on foot patrol along the Blue Line when the explosion occurred. Investigations are ongoing to determine the origin of the blast amidst escalating tensions and daily cross-border fire exchanges.

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