A Lebanese army soldier goes down from a military vehicle in Sunni Muslim Bab al-Tebbaneh neighbourhood in Tripoli, northern Lebanon April 9, 2014. (REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim)
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Four militia commanders involved in recent fighting in the northern city of Tripoli turned themselves in to the Lebanese Army Tuesday.The Army said Arish was wanted on multiple arrest warrants.The Army and Internal Security Forces have arrested a number of militia commanders and gunmen as part of a security plan launched last month to restore stability in Lebanon's second city.Sheikh Malek al-Shaar, the mufti of Tripoli and the north, praised the security plan and said the arrest warrants issued so far were fair.
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