The Lebanese Army and security forces have instituted new security measures in Tripoli to curb the rounds of violence that repeatedly hit the city over the last several years. (REUTERS/File/Omar Ibrahim)
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The Lebanese Army has arrested two foreign nationals in Tripoli accused of breaching security, as part of an ongoing crackdown in the northern city, which also saw five men arrested for tossing grenades at several restaurants and cafes.Separately, the Army statement said that an Army patrol arrested in Tripoli a Sudanese national Adolph Nicholas Neyluk and a Tunisian national Nader Bin Omar Bin Mohammad al-Biri for staying in Lebanon without proper residency documents and on suspicion that the two men were engaged in activities that breached security.
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