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As the five victims of the Al-Qaa attacks were laid to rest Wednesday, Lebanese and foreign officials called on the country to stand behind the Lebanese Army and security services, underscoring the importance of unity in such circumstances.Sleiman Frangieh The Lebanese Army should be deployed along Lebanon's northeastern border, Marada Movement leader Sleiman Frangieh said Wednesday.Hugo Shorter British Ambassador-designate to Lebanon Hugo Shorter underscored Britain's support for the country following the twin Al-Qaa attacks after meeting with Prime Minister Tammam Salam. "We stand by Lebanon's side in confronting the scourge of terrorism, defending its borders, promoting jobs and livelihoods, expanding access to education and managing the impact of the Syrian civil war".He offered his condolences to the attack's victims and said that Lebanon's security forces are doing a good job maintaining Lebanon's stability.
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