Lebanese army soldiers, policemen and forensic experts examine the site of a bomb blast near the city of Zahle, Lebanon Aug. 31, 2016. REUTERS/Hassan Abdallah
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Security officials agreed Thursday on the need to install surveillance cameras across the region following Wednesday's deadly bombing at an entrance to Zahle, state media reported.The National News Agency said that Bekaa Valley Governor Antoine Sleiman chaired a meeting attended by multiple security officials to discuss oversights that could lead to future attacks.Members of the security council agreed on the importance of installing cameras in strategic areas across the Bekaa Valley region.
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