Lebanese army soldiers from the special forces unit patrol in Qaa, a predominantly Lebanese Christian village near the Syrian border were suicide bombers blow themselves among civilians on Monday, eastern Lebanon, Tuesday, June 28, 2016. (AP Photo)
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Lebanese officials saluted the military Monday for maintaining security and stability in the country on the occasion of Army Day.Future Movement leader Saad Hariri said Army Day was an occasion to thank everyone in the military for their sacrifices and for showing resilience in order to protect national sovereignty."We are all behind the army in the face of terrorism, extremism and all plans to defect from the state and the (rule of) law," Hariri said on Twitter.He renewed his calls for the army to exclusively possess arms, in reference to his rival party Hezbollah, which has a powerful military branch seen illegitimate by many.
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