File - A Lebanese Army helicopter flies over buildings as soldiers are deployed as part of a security plan to restore stability in Tripoli, north Lebanon, April 2, 2014. (REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim)
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The Lebanese Army raided the home of a militia commander in north Lebanon Wednesday, as some residents of Tripoli held further protests against a security plan in the city enacted last month.An Army unit stormed the house of Tripoli's Saad Masri in Nabi Yushaa near the northern town of Minnieh following reports that he was there with Ziad Allouki and Abu Assad, both also militia commanders active in the previously restive northern city, and that five wanted individuals were inside the house. The Army also raided houses in the city's Bab al-Ramel neighborhood. Less than 20 minutes later, three rockets fired from the eastern mountain range targeted the largely Shiite Bekaa Valley towns of Labweh and Nabi Othman, the statement added.No casualties were reported in the attacks, the Army said.
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