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Lebanon has experienced a tumultuous 12 months, but has managed to stay relatively stable amid regional turmoil.Things took a turn for the worse in August when ISIS and the Nusra Front attempted to take over the town of Arsal, leading to a five-day battle with the Lebanese Army.The offensive prompted the return of former Prime Minister and Future Movement leader Saad Hariri, after three years of self-imposed exile. The battle in Arsal led to an ongoing crisis in the country, after the militants kidnapped more than 30 police officers and soldiers as they withdrew from Lebanon.
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