The Lebanese army has taken additional measures due to the clashes that have been going on for 3 days in the Palestinian Refugee Camp.
The clashes in Lebanon's largest Palestinian refugee camp, which had stopped yesterday evening, resumed in the morning, Anadolu reported.
According to Anadolu correspondent in the region, clashes broke out again in the morning between the Fatah Movement and some Palestinian groups in Ain al-Helwa Refugee Camp.
The Lebanese army, which provides security from outside the camp, has completely closed the entrances and exits to the camp.
The army took additional security measures against the clashes, which continued for the third day in a row.
Since July 29, armed clashes broke out between the Fatah Movement and some Palestinian factions with whom they have been feuding in the Ain al-Helwa Palestinian Refugee Camp in the southern Lebanese city of Sayda.
Six people were killed and more than 30 people were injured in the clashes.
The clashes in Ain al-Helwa stopped yesterday evening and the army opened the gates of the camp.
Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati said in a statement that the timing of the clashes in Ain al-Helwa Refugee Camp was "suspicious" in the current regional and international circumstances.
Source: Anadolu Agency