A new wave of suicide bombings struck a Lebanese village near the border with war-ravaged Syria Monday hours after pre-dawn attacks killed at least five people, a security source said.
In the latest violence, three suicide bombers riding motorcycles blew themselves up in the centre of the predominantly Christian village of Al-Qaa in eastern Lebanon, the source told AFP.
One struck in front of a church and the two others in front of the municipality building.
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