File - A Lebanese army checkpoint is seen in Ras Baalbek, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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The report speaks of the fear circulating in diplomatic circles that despite the extraordinary efforts of the security forces and the support of international actors who would prefer to see Lebanon stabilized, the country is in danger of falling prey to the bad intentions of certain regional and international parties.Other plans include attacks on military barracks in specific areas, Lebanese Army checkpoints, and a plot to abduct Lebanese soldiers in order to exchange them for Islamist prisoners in Roumieh.Security and Army officials have also decided to boost their coordination in order to protect Lebanon from foreign intelligence services, which may attempt to provoke or intervene in conflicts in order to achieve the greatest possible gain for their countries.
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