A man crosses a street hosting banks and financial institutions, known as Banks street, in Beirut Central District, Lebanon June 2, 2017. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi
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Lebanon's security agencies and the Central Bank are working closely to prevent the use of Lebanese banks to channel money to terrorist groups, Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk said Tuesday. During a meeting with a delegation from United Nations Security Council committee on Daesh (ISIS) and Al-Qaeda sanctions, Machnouk said Lebanon has succeeded in achieving security gains in several areas. Machnouk also met with a delegation from the Saudi National Campaign to Support Brothers in Syria.Speaking after the meeting with Machnouk, head of the campaign Fahed al-Qannas said that he had informed the minister about the work of the campaign and how to assist Syrians in Lebanon.
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