South Lebanon Governor Nicolas Abu Daher heads a security meeting in Sidon, Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The South Lebanon Security Council instructed relevant authorities Thursday to intensify security measures around public buildings, the Justice Palace, places of worship, schools and universities in Sidon.The council convened an urgent session in Sidon's government serail under the South Lebanon Governor Nicholas Abu Daher with the participation of the top regional security, military and judiciary officials in south Lebanon to discuss the security situation thoroughly.The meeting's participants stressed the need to boost measures to avoid gaps in security, which, if exploited by terrorists, could jeopardize the well-being of residents.The participants in the meeting praised the valuable efforts made by Palestinian factions and senior security officials to control the security situation in the refugee camps, with full coordination with the Lebanese security forces, especially the Army.
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