Kaoukaba, Syria—A man inspects the remains of a missile stuck in the ground in this southern Lebanese village on February 10. Earlier that day, cross-border clashes erupted between Israel and Syria and Iran. Observers worry the violence could spiral and intensify the Syrian civil war.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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