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Lebanese soldiers rest on top of an armored personnel carrier during a media trip organized by the Lebanese army, on the outskirts of Ras Baalbek, northeast Lebanon. Lebanon's Hezbollah TV is reporting that Islamic State militants started leaving the border area with Syria as part of a negotiated deal to end the extremist group's presence there.

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Members of Myanmar's Muslim Rohingya ethnic minority who were pushed back by Bangladeshi border guards earlier in the day rush back to the Bangladeshi side upon hearing gun shots from the Myanmar side in, Ghumdhum, Bangladesh. Several hundred Rohingya who were trying to flee Myanmar are stuck in a "no man's land" at the Myanmar - Bangladesh border.

AP Photo/Mushfiqul Alam

Myanmar's Muslim Rohingya ethnic minority women and children take shelter in a forested area prior to moving to a make shift camp on the Bangladeshi side of the border in, Ghumdhum, Bangladesh. Several hundred Rohingya who were trying to flee Myanmar are stuck in a "no man's land" at the Myanmar - Bangladesh border.

AP Photo/Mushfiqul Alam

Bangladeshi border guard personnel keep watch over Rohingya who are stuck in "no man's land" as they stop them from crossing over to the Bangladesh side of the border at Ghumdhum, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Several hundred Rohingya trying to flee Myanmar got stuck in a "no man's land" at one border point barred from moving farther by Bangladeshi border guards.

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A PLA soldier at the Nathu La pass, on the Sino-Indian border

Photograph by AP

Photograph by AP

Photograph by AP

Delegations of India, center left, and Pakistan, second table center left, listen to judges at the World Court in The Hague, Netherlands. India is taking Pakistan to the United Nations' highest court in an attempt to save the life of an Indian naval officer sentenced to death last month by a Pakistani military court after being convicted of espionage.

AP Photo/Peter Dejong

Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) activists burning a banner during a protest against Pakistan for mutilating two jawans, in Patna.

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Army soldiers patrol near the Line of Control in Poonch district after a ceasefire violation by Pakistan.

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An Afghan national Army stands guard at a checkpoint in the Kabul-Jalalabad highway on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan. Authorities on Saturday raised the casualty toll to 100 in an attack on a military compound in northern Afghanistan a day earlier by gunmen and suicide bombers wearing army uniforms.

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Smoke billows out after a mortar shell was allegedly fired by Pakistani Army near the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district, J & K.

PTI Photo

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence arrives at the border village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, South Korea.

AP Photo/Lee Jin-man

Indian and Chinese Army jawans at Ceremonial Border Personnel Meetings (BPMs) on the occasion of “Harvest Festival’’ at Indian BPM hut in Chushul, in Eastern Ladakh.

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A drone view of the US-Mexico border fence outside Nogales, Arizona.

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Drivers of Afghanistan-bound trucks wait for the opening of Pakistan Afghanistan border outside Peshawar, Pakistan. The closure of the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan, blamed on deteriorating relations, is more than inconvenient, it is costly. Officials on both sides of the border say in just one month the closure has resulted in hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost trade and tons of perishable goods have rotted in stranded trucks.

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Pakistani security personnel check Afghan nationals as they prepare to leave to Afghanistan, at Pakistan's Torkham border. Thousands of Afghans gathered at the Pakistani border to return home as Pakistan temporarily reopened two main crossings that had been closed last month after a wave of militant attacks.

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BSF jawans patrolling the Indo-Bangladesh International Border in Agartala.

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A view from a Turkish army outpost near the town of Kilis, southeastern Turkey, of the wall the country had been constructing to boost security along its border with conflict-stricken Syria. The head of Turkey's Housing Development Administration said this week that more than half of the 511-kilometer concrete wall has been built.

AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis

A Turkish army soldier holds his fighting position during exercises, at a military outpost near the town of Kilis, southeastern Turkey, backdropped by part of the wall the country had been constructing to boost security along its border with conflict-stricken Syria. Turkey's military is holding exercises along its border with Syria a week after Turkish troops and Syrian opposition forces captured the Islamic State-held town of al Bab in northern Syria.

AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis