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Saturday, 27 May, 2000, 22:53 GMT 23:53 UK
In pictures: Lebanon border tension
Celebrations continue as the Lebanese get used to the absense of the Israeli military. Our correspondent Jeremy Bowen says families have even taken their children to the frontier and pointed toy guns at the Israeli troops.

Kifar Kila
A Lebanese mother and child visit the border in Kfar Kila village


A Muslim Shia boy in full Hezbollah uniform holds a toy M16 at the border with Israel


Hezbollah and Amal supporters taunt Israeli soldiers


A Palestinian boy holds a Hezbollah flag in Hebron in the West Bank where demonstrators rallied to support the militia


Lebanese school children wave their country's flags during a visit to Rmeish


UN peacekeepers moved to border areas after stone-throwing Lebanese targeted Israeli soldiers


An Israeli soldier watches a Lebanese village from Misgav-Am on the border


Clothes left by the fleeing South Lebanon Army are strewn on the barbed wire border fence
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27 May 00 | Middle East
UN bolsters Lebanon border
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