Gunfight resumed in the south Lebanon Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh Tuesday after the already fragile ceasefire collapsed.
Al-Manar correspondent in Sidon reported that clashes renewed at 10:00 a.m. between Fatah group and extremist militants.
Three people were injured the clashes, including a boy whose wounds were serious, according to our correspondent.
Sub-machine guns and projectiles were used in the clashes which erupted in Fawqani neighborhood, our correspondent said.
Sporadic fire on Tuesday reached neighborhoods outside the camp, including Saineeq neighborhood in Sidon.
UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency) schools and clinics did not open their doors for the second day Tuesday, with a large number of people were reported fleeing the clashes in the camp.
Warring Palestinian factions are expected to hold a meeting Tuesday to continue talks which began one day earlier over the situation in the camp.
They met at the Palestinian Embassy Monday, with Ambassador Ashraf Dabbour and Fatah Central Committee member Azzam al-Ahmad both attending.
The factions discussed ways to maintain the fragile cease-fire that was brokered Sunday after days of clashes erupted last week between the Fatah Movement and extremists militants.