File - Lebanese soldiers atop armored vehicles patrol the southern city of Sidon, Wednesday, May 22, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
BEIRUT: A Lebanese Army unit raided a house in the southern city of Sidon Saturday morning and seized explosives from it, the National News Agency reported.
The house reportedly belonged to a man named Mahmoud Khalaf, the NNA said.
Khalaf was not home at the time of the raid and remains at large.
Khalaf was described as an Islamist by the state-run agency.
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