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The Army Friday called on Lebanese to refrain from spreading misinformation and rumors predicting further terrorist attacks across the country as they are not based on official information and only serve to spread panic.The sources also said the state had instructed the head of the Anti-Cybercrime Department Brig.Following eight suicide attacks which targeted the border village of Al-Qaa Monday, several voice recordings predicting more attacks made the rounds on social media, causing fear.Gen. Naim Shammas as acting chief of staff.
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