File photo of Lebanese soldiers patrolling the northern city of Tripoli.(The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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The Lebanese Army deployed heavily in several parts of Tripoli Friday, preventing demonstrators from marching in protest against security measures as the military prosecutor issued additional warrants.Military Prosecutor Judge Saqr Saqr had issued some 200 arrest warrants for wanted suspects in Tripoli and other parts of the country as part of the security plan in Lebanon's second largest city, which has been plagued by Syria-linked clashes.The attack came hours after a Salafist preacher warned of major fallout in response to the Lebanese Army's measures in Tripoli.
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