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August 2, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A military court sentenced 23 people to prison terms ranging from three weeks to five years for collaboration or contact with Israel during its occupation of parts of southern Lebanon. The defendants were all members of the now-defunct South Lebanon Army, Israel's proxy militia in the region. About 2,200 former members of the SLA surrendered to Lebanese authorities or were captured after Israel withdrew in May.
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August 2, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A military court sentenced 23 people to prison terms ranging from three weeks to five years for collaboration or contact with Israel during its occupation of parts of southern Lebanon. The defendants were all members of the now-defunct South Lebanon Army, Israel's proxy militia in the region. About 2,200 former members of the SLA surrendered to Lebanese authorities or were captured after Israel withdrew in May.
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October 17, 1991 | Associated Press
A bomb exploded Wednesday inside Israel's self-declared security zone in southern Lebanon, wounding three pro-Israeli militiamen and prompting an artillery exchange between the militia and the Lebanese army. The bomb exploded near a South Lebanon Army armored personnel carrier on the road to the town of Jezzine.
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