File - The Lebanese Army deploy in Qasqas, Greater Beirut on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The Lebanese Army announced Monday that it would be launching a mobile application in August to allow citizens to report security threats and benefit from digital services.The application, which would be available to smartphones with the Android and iOS operating systems, will be called LAF SHIELD, the statement added.According to the statement, the application will also serve to help users participate in the pursuit of outlaws, or in reporting information about kidnapped or missed individuals.
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