The explosive belt that was dismantled by the General Security, Friday, June 9, 2017. (The Daily Star/HO)
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Lebanese security forces have foiled a number of Daesh (ISIS) terror attempts that were intended to inflict the highest number of casualties possible, said a General Security statement issued Friday.Seven suspects of different Arab nationalities were arrested, the statement said. The suspects allegedly admitted to planning a series of suicide bombings, assassinations and attacks. Four of the suspects were arrested recently, while three others were in custody. The group was also tasked with securing a number of detonators from the southern refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh and moving them to Beirut's Cola area to use them in bombings.
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