File - Families of Lebanese servicemen held hostage by Islamist militants block a Beirut road. (The Daily Star/ Hasan Shaaban)
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Two relatives of the Lebanese servicemen taken hostage by ISIS and the Nusra Front during a battle last year in the country's northeast announced a new campaign Monday to pressure the government to secure the release of their loved ones.Speaking from Riad al-Solh Square in Downtown Beirut, which has been the scene of popular anti-government protests in recent weeks, Hussein Youssef, the father of a soldier who was kidnapped by militants said that the newly-launched "Bikaffi" (Enough) campaign came in response to the procrastination by the government with the hostage crisis, and that details of all future escalatory measures will be given soon.
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