Lebanese soldiers patrolling the northern city of Tripoli.(The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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Lebanese Army soldiers Thursday raided a location in the northern town of Fnaydeq for the fourth time in less than two weeks, discovering material used in making explosive belts and bombs.According to an Army statement, Mahmoud Khaled, a detained terror suspect, confessed to burying explosives on the Al-Azer farm in Fnaydeq, prompting soldiers to raid the property. The Army discovered the explosives, which were confiscated and handed over to the appropriate authority.According to the Army, interrogation of Alaa Kanaan and Mahmoud Khaled, two detained terror suspects, had led investigators to the cave on the outskirts of Fnaydeq.
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