Lebanese soldiers remove barricades as they patrol the area in Tripoli, Tuesday, April 1, 2014. (The Daily Star/Lebanese Army Website, HO)
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Eid and his father, Ali Eid, head of the ADP, reportedly fled the country to avoid prosecution days before security forces began implementing a security plan to restore law and order in Tripoli, which has been plagued by the crisis in Syria.Military Prosecutor charged an additional 15 people of Syrian and Lebanese nationalities from Jabal Mohsen in Eid's case.A soldier was lightly wounded Wednesday night in Tripoli during a raid to arrest suspects wanted for tossing hand grenades in the northern city, a statement from the military said.In a separate statement, the police's Information Branch said it arrested Thursday a "dangerous" suspect wanted by the authorities for involvement in Tripoli's recent clashes.
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