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Security forces Friday continued a crackdown on Syrian refugees across the country in the wake of the attacks that targeted a northeast Lebanon town earlier this week.The clampdown on Syrian refugees was heightened in the wake of Monday's eight suicide bombings that claimed the lives of five people and wounded 30 others in the northeastern border village of Al-Qaa.Several Lebanese towns, particularly in the Bekaa Valley and south Lebanon, also announced curfews for Syrian refugees, citing security concerns.
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