A UN peacekeeper has been killed in Lebanon although it is not clear if it is linked to clashes between the country and Israel.
The death was confirmed by a UN spokesman and the organisation said they were "looking into the circumstances of the tragic incident".
Andrea Tenenti, spokesman for the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, said the incident happened close to the Israeli-occupied Shebaa Farms area.
Lebanese Hezbollah group fired a missile at an Isreali military convoy, prompting retaliation.
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