File - Lebanese soldiers patrol the area in Tripoli, Oct. 27, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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A Lebanese judge Wednesday charged two extremists and 12 other fugitives with belonging to a militant group, while a Palestinian and a Syrian were arrested over links to other extremist organizations.The state-run National News Agency reported that State Prosecutor Judge Saqr Saqr accused Khaled Al-Satem, who is detained, along with six Syrians and six Palestinians, who are on the run, of belonging to ISIS. A Palestinian was detained for allegedly belonging to an extremist organization, the General Security announced in a statement Wednesday.The directorate said that the suspect Aa. B., who resides in Jordan, was arrested for having links to the extremist Al-Qaeda-linked Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
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