File - A General Security checkpoint. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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General Security reportedly detained a Lebanese national on the suspicion of communicating with Israel, a media report said Monday, one day after announcing a spy ring bust.The news broke one day after General Security reported busting a spy network operated by a Syrian national identified as Ramez A., his Lebanese wife Salam Sh., and Hani M., another Lebanese national.Speaking to The Daily Star, security sources said the arrest of Ramez A. and his Lebanese wife were made around 10 days ago.Israel also carries out daily drone flights over Lebanon, violating U.N. Security Council Resolution 1701, which ended the Jewish state's summer 2006 war against Lebanon.
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