Zeaiter speaks during a press conference at Beirut Airport, Tuesday, March 29, 2016. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Transportation Minister Ghazi Zeaiter emphasized that the security situation at Beirut's airport is under control, downplaying the arrest of two airport employees last week over suspected terror links.A security source told The Daily Star Sunday that the two employees were arrested by members of airport security two days earlier.Local media reports said the suspects were discovered during a random security check for airport employees.The minister had vowed recently to address security gaps at the airport.
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