File - Lebanese soldiers atop armored vehicles patrol the southern city of Sidon, Wednesday, May 22, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The South Lebanon Security Council is slated to discuss an urgent security-related matter, which has yet to be disclosed in detail, during an extraordinary meeting Thursday at the government serail in the southern city of Sidon.The sources added that the Army and the security forces in the south have been circulating the license plate numbers of certain stolen vehicles in order to pursue them jointly.During the upcoming meeting, the sources said the security council would discuss urgent issues related to Syrian refugees in the southern city and its outskirts.The Army and security forces have recently intensified their presence in the neighborhoods of the southern city and its outskirts, namely around public buildings and commercial centers.
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