Lebanese troops patrol Tripoli, north Lebanon.(REUTERS/File)
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The Lebanese Army discovered a cave in north Lebanon used by militants to make explosives and confiscated books that include lessons on how to make bombs, the military said Saturday.The Army said that interrogation with Alaa Kanaan and Mahmoud Khaled, two detained terror suspects, lead investigators to the cave in the outskirts of Fnaydeq village in north Lebanon. A raid on Kanaan's house resulted in the seizure of 42 dynamite sticks, 34 mortar bombs, 14 mortar propellant charges and 36 hand grenade detonators.Saturday, the military raided a Syrian refugee center as well as other areas where the military had confiscated explosives the day before. The state-run National News Agency reported that the Army carried out a raid in Fnaydeq and surrounding neighborhoods, as well as the Aziziyeh center which hosts some Syrian refugees.
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