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Lebanese Army head Gen. Joseph Aoun said that some 30 percent of the military's firepower was concentrated on the northeast border to prevent large scale incursions, but warned that terrorists were adopting "lone wolf" tactics in Lebanon."The risks are here in Lebanon and in other countries," Aoun said in a lengthy interview with Al-Akhbar newspaper, which was published Monday.He also stressed that the armed forces remain steadfast in its battle against terrorism. He also touched on the need to keep the Army apolitical "[we must] keep the Army independent from political interventions, [but right now] not a single politician can impose a decision on the Army".He also touched on the importance of the Lebanese Army for the international community.
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