The National Audiovisual Media council and caretaker Information Minister Walid Daouk hold a meeting at the Information Ministry in Beirut, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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No disciplinary measures will be taken against a local TV station for conducting a report at an Israeli military base and interviewing a commander, officials said, after the station apologized for falling into a "trap".Israel's Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported that the Israeli army allowed an LBCI journalist onto its Ramat David Air Force Base in a bid to send Hezbollah a clear threat.According to the anonymous Israeli commander interviewed, Hezbollah has turned a couple of hundred villages in southern Lebanon into "munitions caches".Mahfouz said that if LBCI had not issued an apology, it would have faced disciplinary action, possibly including the cessation of broadcasting for as long as three days.
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