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The sudden death of a secret middleman helping to secure the release of 25 Lebanese servicemen held hostage by Islamist militants on the Syria border and the Lebanese Army's offensive against militants nestled in the hills on the country's northeastern border with Syria will not affect negotiations on a swap deal, a senior security source told The Daily Star Thursday.Contrary to reports, the source denied that Bohloq died while in the custody of Lebanese Army Intelligence, explaining that the mediator suffered a grave malaise while his papers were being inspected at an Army checkpoint that separates the area of Wadi Hmeid in the northeastern town of Arsal from its outskirts.
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