Ali al-Amin is seen with his children, Noah and Lahela, and their grandmother Ibtisam Berri, Hadath, Lebanon, Friday, April 8, 2016. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Lebanon is expected to charge seven people Monday who were detained this week over their alleged involvement in the abduction of two children from a southern suburb of Beirut, a judicial source told The Daily Star.Five Australians – including the children's mother – two Britons and two Lebanese have been arrested over the abduction. The abduction is linked to a child-custody case between the Lebanese father, Ali al-Amin, and Australian mother Sally Faulkner from Brisbane.The police confirmed Thursday that nine people with alleged connections to the kidnapping had been arrested, including an English yacht captain and Australian camera crew.
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