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The families of nine Lebanese servicemen held hostage by Daesh (ISIS) warned Friday that they would not remain peaceful if the government fails to resume work on the release of the soldiers.Protesters accused the government of being irresponsible in the case to release the nine captives held by ISIS since August 2014 .The servicemen were abducted in August 2014 when ISIS and Al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front fighters briefly overran the northeastern town of Arsal.Nusra Front freed 16 servicemen in exchange for Islamist prisoners last December, but ISIS is still holding nine others.
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