This photo released by Hezbollah-owned Al-Manar TV Facebook page, shows a combo picture of three Al-Manar TV journalists, cameraman Mohammed Mantash, left, reporter Hamza al-Haj Hassan, center, and technician Halim Allaw, right, who were killed while covering the battle between the Syrian government forces and rebels, in the Syrian town of Maaloula, Syria, Monday, April 14, 2014. Three journalists working with Hezbollah-owned Al-Manar TV were killed Monday after the car they were traveling in came under a hail of bullets in the Syrian town of Maaloula, the station said. The Lebanese militant Hezbollah is a staunch ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime. Fighters from the group have traveled to Syria and have been instrumental in helping Syrian troops secure key areas near the Lebanese border. (AP Photo/Al-Manar TV)
Lebanese citizens ride their scooter between burning tires that were set on fire by Sunni protesters, at one of the major roadways between Beirut and the capital's southern suburbs, a Hezbollah stronghold, to show their support with Sunni town of Arsal, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, March 18, 2014. Gunmen from Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group and local Shiite Muslim residents tightened their blockade of a Sunni town of Arsal near the Syrian border Tuesday, sparking concerns that thousands of Syrian refugees stranded in the area could be cut off from humanitarian aid. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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