Security Sources: 22 Refugees returned to Lebanon
In Lebanon, security sources say that about 22 Lebanese who fled to Israel when the Israeli Army pulled out in May 2000 have returned home, Israel Radio reported. The sources said United Nations vehicles drove the returnees across the border to a seaside town.
There, the Lebanese army arrested three men suspected of being former members of the defunct south Lebanese army. The rest of the group, which included eight women and eleven children, were permitted to return to their villages, the radio added. (Albawaba.com)