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Tarras, who previously admitted to being in communication with individuals linked to Daesh, is to remain in detention, sources said.Judicial sources told The Daily Star that Military Prosecutor Judge Saqr Saqr decided to appeal Military Investigative Judge Riad Abu Ghaida's decision to release Tarras at the Military Court of Cassation.The ruling is not final, however, as Tarras will appear before the court Thursday for a final decision.Tarras' lawyer Zeina al-Masri said she had reviewed her client's case and claimed that judge Abu Ghaida had found no proof of links to Daesh.
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