Flare-up over tree accents Israel-Lebanon tension
JERUSALEM (AP) -- It took no more than cutting down a tree to shatter four years of calm on the Israel-Lebanon border.
With Israel uneasy about the growing arsenal of Hezbollah, the real power in the Lebanese border area, and Lebanon influenced by the Iranian-backed group's clout, the clash that left four dead showed how a small spark could ignite another war.
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