Women walk past the burnt van at the site of Monday's explosion in Choueifat, south of the capital February 4, 2014. (REUTERS/Sharif Karim)
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The Lebanese Army confiscated mortars and ammunition in a raid carried out Wednesday in Akkar, as arrest warrants were issued against three suspects in a suicide bombing which rocked a town south of Beirut this week.Separately, Military Prosecutor Saqr Saqr issued arrest warrants for three detained suspects in Monday's suicide bombing in Shoueifat, including the taxi driver who dropped off the suicide bomber moments before the attack.Saqr referred taxi driver Issa Ghosn and two other individuals to the Lebanese Army Intelligence Directorate for further interrogation. Saqr also filed charges against detained Lebanese Sheikh Omar Atrash and five others who remain at large over involvement in the two suicide bombings which rocked Beirut's southern suburb of Haret Hreik on Jan. 2 and Jan. 21 .
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