People sweep up garbage from a street in impovrished Bab al-Tabbaneh neighbourhood in Tripoli. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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The military prosecutor Monday issued warrants against 200 suspects, including militia leaders linked to clashes in Tripoli, in an unprecedented move indicating the government's determination to ensure the successful implementation of its security plan.Judge Saqr Saqr issued 200 warrants seeking the detention of suspects on charges relating to armed clashes, car bombs, killings and attempted murder of civilians and Army soldiers, as well as kidnapping and attempted kidnapping, forgery of documents, and intentional use of forged documents. The warrants grant security agencies the right to detain the suspects and refer them to the judiciary.
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