Damaged homes in Ain al-Hilweh following clashes. Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017. (The Daily Star/ Mohammad Zaatari)
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Military Investigative Judge Fadi Sawan Thursday issued indictments against two men accused of fighting for hardline militants in the most recent Ain al-Hilweh clashes, the state-run National News Agency reported.Thursday's indictments also allege the two suspects shot at army positions during the 2013 Abra clashes on the side of Radical preacher Ahmad al-Assir – who was recently sentenced to death by Beirut's Military Tribunal headed by Gen. Hussein Abdullah over leading the clashes against the Lebanese Army.
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