Syrians inspect Saturday the rubble of buildings damaged by government airstrikes in Qusair, Syria. The image was provided by Qusair Lens, and was authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting.
May 19, 2013 Qusair is a strategically important town that lies between Homs, where the Syrian uprising began two years ago, and the Lebanese border. If President Bashar Assad's troops – reportedly backed by Hezbollah fighters — regain the town, they would control an important route from the coast to the capital, Damascus.
April 9, 2012 In a bid to get to better know Hezbollah's fighters, the group challenged them to a paintball game. There were some moments of bonding, others that were chilling.
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Hezbollah members listen to a speech by the group's leader, Â Hassan Nasrallah, via video-link in the southern suburbs of Beirut on Nov. 11, 2011.
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December 14, 2011 Investigators have revealed more of the evidence that points to a Lebanese bank's involvement in the laundering of money for Hezbollah.
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