The van that the five missing Czech nationals were taking when they disappeared. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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The Lebanese government reportedly had prior knowledge that a local group was planning to abduct five Czech nationals in east Lebanon to prevent the extradition of Ali Fayyad, a Lebanese national who was arrested in Prague in 2014, to the United States, Czech media said Tuesday.Media assumptions have been circulated recently that the kidnappers of the five Czechs were seeking to swap them with Ali Fayyad.The Lebanese security body then tasked Fayyad with revealing the entire plan, but he was arrested before he was able to do so.
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