Lebanese policemen stand atop the Ouzai complex, where Syrian refugees reside, during a raid in Sidon, Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Elite units with the Internal Security Forces raided Sidon's largest gathering of Syrian refugees Tuesday as part of a pre-emptive security plan in light of the ongoing clashes between the Army and militants in northeast Lebanon.The Army also deployed in a deserted complex in the Kfar Falous neighborhood in Jezzine, south Lebanon, with a security source saying that the military was deploying in places radical armed groups could use as a shelter.In the neighborhood of Saksakieh in the Zahrani district, a number of young men beat a group of Syrian refugees residing there over the death of 16 soldiers during the Army's clashes with militants from Syria in the border town of Arsal.
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