Security forces man a checkpoint at the entrance to the Baalbek neighborhood of Hay al-Sharawneh, Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015. (The Daily Star/Nidal Solh)
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A man was shot and wounded during an Army raid in a village south of Baalbek Tuesday, as security forces expanded the crackdown on fugitives, detaining 11 for minor offenses.Separately, a senior Army source said that a woman detained Monday by the Army in the Bekaa Valley did not turn out to be the sister of a Nusra Front commander. A man from the Younes family was wounded during a shootout between a Lebanese Army unit and outlaws in the village of Douris, south of Baalbek, a security source said. A joint force comprised of the Army, Internal Security Forces and General Security entered Baalbek for the first time early Tuesday in the sixth day of raids since the launch of the security plan.
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