File - Lebanon's Military Tribunal in Beirut is seen in this Thursday, June 20, 2013, photograph. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Lebanon's judiciary Tuesday indicted four suspects, including a U.N. peacekeeping force employee, accused of spying for Israel, a judicial source told The Daily Star.The network was busted in November by the Lebanese General Security.According to the source, the four are also charged with handing Israeli authorities information with the aim of assassinating pro-Hezbollah Sheikh Maher Hammoud, Sunni cleric Saheeb Habli and former MP Oussama Saed in the southern city of Sidon, monitoring the convoy of General Security chief Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim when moving from the capital Beirut to his southern hometown of Kaouthariyet Es Siyad in Sidon, and mapping army posts.
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