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Army forces raided several houses in a Hermel border town Tuesday, detaining two suspects in the slaying of a Lebanese soldier in Syria earlier in the week.The raids in the village of Al-Qasr saw security forces confiscate a range of arms and military equipment, a statement from the Army said.Qaq, a Lebanese Army Intelligence recruit, was reportedly killed by members of the Jaafar clan in retaliation for the murder of a relative two months ago.The clans regularly clash between themselves and with the security forces.
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