Lebanese soldiers help their injured comrade into a truck during clashes with Assir supporters in Abra, Monday, June 24, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Lebanon's Military Court Tuesday postponed the prosecution of suspects detained for last year's Abra clashes between the military and militant groups in the Sidon suburb, in an effort to make way for further suspect interrogations.Naim Abbas, the alleged mastermind behind two bombings, also appeared in court over charges linked to the case.The Military Court also released Abdallah Halak, due to the lack of sufficient evidence tying him to the Abra clashes, the judicial source said.
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