Mideast Lebanon

March 18, 2014 - 5:04 AM
Sand barrier block the main road that link to the predominantly Sunni town of Arsal, seen on the top background, which was set by angry resident of predominately Shiite town of Labweh, near the border with Syria, northeast Lebanon, Monday March 17, 2014. Several rockets struck Labweh not far from the predominantly Sunni town of Arsal, causing damage to a house but no casualties. Residents in Labweh said the rockets were fired from Arsal raising tension between the two towns. Angry residents in Labweh closed the main road leading to Arsal with sand barriers preventing people from entering or leaving as about 20 armed Hezbollah manned the roadblocks. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)