Lebanese Army soldiers in Arsal. (REUTERS/File/Hassan Abdallah)
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The Lebanese Army carried out raids targeting Syrian refugee camps on Lebanon's border with Syria Wednesday, in further attempts to protect the country from regional turmoil.Speaking to The Daily Star, an Army source said the raids were part of the military's operation that began in the area last week.The group is battling Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime in Syria.Late Wednesday, the Army arrested two Lebanese men carrying arms and illegally driving a Grand Cherokee in Beirut suburb Haret Hreik.
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