File - This picture released on Sunday, June 29, 2014, shows seized weapons in Fnaydeq, Akkar. (The Daily Star/Lebanese Army Website, HO)
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The Army carried out another raid in the northern village of Fnaydeq Thursday, confiscating explosives in light of confessions made by a terror suspect.Earlier in the day, Army troops seized weapons and military equipment from the house of another terror suspect, also under arrest.The search in Mahmoud Zahraman's house in Fnaydeq lasted for 90 minutes, and came to follow up on his confessions. Kayed was arrested by the Army in April in the border town of Arsal.June 25, the military said it arrested five members of a terrorist cell planning to assassinate Nassereddine. There were no casualties reported from the 4:30 a.m. attack, the source added.Separately, Lebanese authorities dismissed threats made by a shadowy militant group against churches in the Bekaa Valley as bogus, a security source told The Daily Star.The Archbishop of the Greek Catholic diocese of Zahle and Ferzol, Issam Darwish, said the threats were not taken seriously but that Bekaa residents should remain cautious.
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