Eight ISF members and one Army soldier detained by Nusra Front are seen in a video released Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014. (The Daily Star/YouTube grab)
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Video footage of seven Lebanese soldiers held captive by the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) was released Sunday, one day after a video of policemen and troops detained by the Nusra front was circulated online.LBC reported that a list of four other names was released by the Abu Hasan al-Falastini group, an ISIS-affiliated militant brigade, shortly after the video was released.A video of eight abducted ISF members and one kidnapped Army member was released the Nusra Front yesterday.The Nusra Front is said to be holding three soldiers and 15 policemen out of the 29 security personnel held hostage by the militant groups.
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