Lebanese security forces detain a man after they raided two hotels in Beirut's Hamra district on June 20, 2014. AFP PHOTO/STR
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Two terror suspects detained in northeast Lebanon Tuesday could play a vital role in uncovering terrorist networks operating in Lebanon, according to a report published by As-Safir Wednesday.When the suspects approached an Army checkpoint driving a rented vehicle in the Bekaa town of Hrabta, a military intelligence unit was already stationed near the post and ready to carry out the arrest.More than 30 Lebanese servicemen were originally abducted by the militants during a five-day battle with the Lebanese Army.
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