File - Lebanese Army personnel keep a wary eye over the Masharih al-Qaa region. (The Daily Star/Moham Azakir)
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The Lebanese Army raided a Syrian refugee camp on the country's northeastern border Friday, state media reported, one day after the military detained four senior ISIS members in a stealthy operation.The military's airborne regiment reportedly carried out the wide-scale operation in the town of Masharih al-Qaa.The raid comes a day after the army captured four ISIS militants, including two prominent members, in an operation on the outskirts of the northeastern border town of Arsal.A high-ranking military source told The Daily Star that the Lebanese militants had been wanted for their involvement in rigging cars used in attacks of Lebanon in 2013 and 2014, the assassination of Lebanese Army Maj.
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