Death Toll From Lebanon Fighting Climbs To 10

TRIPOLI, Lebanon (Reuters) - The death toll from fighting between Sunni Muslims and Alawites in Tripoli climbed to at least 10 overnight, medical sources said on Wednesday, in clashes that the city's residents described as some of the heaviest since Lebanon's civil war.

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