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The Order of Physicians is expected to take measures Friday against two doctors charged with performing around 200 abortions for sex slaves freed last month following police raids in Jounieh.State Prosecutor Judge Samir Hammoud said Thursday that the Central Criminal Investigations Department finalized its work on the illegal Internet scandal, which two individuals have been arrested over."Two people have been arrested in the case after a request from myself, while a search warrant has been issued for a third person," Hammoud told the state-run National News Agency.He added that the case would be referred to Financial Prosecutor Judge Ali Ibrahim to continue with the lawsuit against the three individuals, as well as others who were previously arrested and released after providing a proof of residency. When asked about Israeli infiltration of the networks, Hammoud said that Military Prosecutor Judge Saqr Saqr was pursuing the investigation.Hammoud had explained to the NNA that the investigations into the case were divided into four stages.
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