Lebanese soldiers patrol the border village of Ras Baalbek, Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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An ISIS militant killed during a border battle with the Lebanese Army last year was an Iranian refugee brought to the United States by a Catholic charity, an unsealed U.S. federal indictment revealed this week.Adnan Fazeli, an Iranian national who was taken to the northeastern U.S. state of Maine as a refugee in 2009, was confirmed dead in the indictment released Tuesday, according to local media reports. The battle was sparked when militants launched a failed bid to capture a Lebanese army post in an area known at Talet al-Hamra.
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