A meeting among senior UNIFIL, Israeli and Lebanese commanders was “productive,” the U.N. peacekeeping group said. The parties met Monday at Rosh Hanikra, a border crossing, two weeks after a cease-fire went into effect. It was the second such meeting; the first took place Aug. 14 in the hours after the guns fell silent. The sides discussed deployment of the Lebanese army in the South.
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