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Instability returned to south Lebanon as clashes killed eight people Monday in a Palestinian refugee camp in the coastal city of Sidon, while the Lebanese Army stood poised to launch a crackdown in the Bekaa Valley to end months of Syria-linked insecurity in the region.Earlier, security sources said clashes at Mieh Mieh camp had resulted in the death of an armed group's commander and seven others, while wounding 10 .Palestinian sources said the clashes could threaten the plan unless Palestinian factions restored stability to Mieh Mieh and prevented the conflict from spreading to Ain al-Hilweh, the largest refugee camp in Lebanon.Adwan, 36, is Syrian and has lived in Mieh Mieh for years. The Army said Monday it had arrested two militia leaders in Jabal Mohsen who had engaged in deadly clashes with their rivals in the city, as officials met to discuss the expansion of the security plan in the Bekaa Valley.
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