Lebanese police display cars in Baalbek that were seized in Arsal, Friday, April 25, 2014. (The Daily Star/Nidal Solh)
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The government Friday referred the cases of 11 car bomb attacks that have struck various parts of Lebanon over the past months to the Justice Council, as two rockets hit the Bekaa Valley town of Hermel.The Lebanese Army said two rockets fired from the Syrian side of the border landed on the outskirts of the Bekaa Valley town of Hermel at 5:30 p.m. There were no casualties.The Brigade of Free Sunnis in Baalbek claimed responsibility for the attack. Separately, the Internal Security Forces arrested a Jordanian fighter after he crossed from Syria into the Bekaa Valley town of Arsal.In the Bekaa Valley, Army Intelligence arrested a suspect wanted on several warrants, according to a statement from the military.Zein also interrogated Syrian detainee R.Y. and issued an arrest warrant for him over charges of belonging to an armed terrorist organization and planning to carry out suicide bombings.
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