Hezbollah supporters burn a defaced picture depicting Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan that show him wearing an Israeli flag, during a protest against normalizing relations between United Arab Emirates and Bahrain with Israel, in front the embassy of the United Arab Emirates, in Beirut, Lebanon.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz issue a statement at the Israeli Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv, Israel. Israeli forces exchanged fire with Hezbollah for over an hour along the volatile Israeli-Lebanese frontier, the heaviest bout of fighting between the bitter enemies in nearly a year.

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Hezbollah supporters hold pictures of slain Iranian Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani during a ceremony marking the anniversary of the assassination of Hezbollah leaders, Abbas al-Moussawi, Ragheb Harb and Imad Mughniyeh and the end of a 40-day Muslim mourning period for Soleimani, in the southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon. Nasrallah said U.S. President Donald Trump declared war on the Middle East when the U.S. assassinated Soleimani and when the White House announced its plan to end the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. He called on all to resist U.S. influence and its troops presence.

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Bollywood actor Vaani Kapoor at a promotional event, in Mumbai.

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Lebanese men ride their motorcycle past fields that burned from Israeli army shells in the southern Lebanese border village of Maroun el-Ras, Lebanon. The Lebanon-Israel border was mostly calm with U.N. peacekeepers patrolling the border, a day after the Lebanese militant Hezbollah group fired a barrage of anti-tank missiles into Israel, triggering Israeli artillery fire that lasted less than two hours and caused some fires.

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An Israeli soldier walks inside a tunnel that the army says crosses from Lebanon to Israel, in Zarit, northern Israel. The Israeli military says it has finished sealing the last of a series of Hezbollah attack tunnels under the country's northern border with Lebanon, roughly six months after they were found. Israel launched "Operation Northern Shield" in December to find and destroy what it said were six Hezbollah tunnels burrowed into Israeli territory for the purpose of attacking soldiers and civilians. Hezbollah has not commented.