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The families of 25 Lebanese servicemen held by the Nusra Front and ISIS since August blocked a major highway in the capital Saturday and another in north Lebanon, after the latter group allegedly threatened to kill hostages.The escalation comes hours after the Nusra Front said it had killed Bazzal, a policeman it had held hostage, and vowed to kill another unless the government released women and children who had been detained in the country.Nusra Front has so far killed two of its hostages and ISIS has also killed two since they took dozens of soldiers and policemen during clashes with the Army last August in Arsal, a border region.
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