Politics & Government

November 10, 2010 4:43 PM

It's about to get more complicated for town on Israel-Lebanon border

There's no line marking the divide between the north and south Ghajar, a village that straddles Israel's northern border with Lebanon, but soon there could be an international border between the two parts, thanks to Israel's new decision to accept a United Nations demarcation line.

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