File- Sweets are displayed at a shop. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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In a sour turn of events, State Security Friday shut down two sweet factories in Bekaa for a series of health violations, the state-run National News Agency reported.The first was owned by a Lebanese national in Karak Noh, Zahle, and the second belonged to a Syrian national in Qaraoun.The Internal Security Forces announced Friday that a suspected thief was arrested for stealing goods from a truck in Aramoun in Aley.The Syrian national, identified as S.F. and born in 1997, was arrested on Oct. 25 after he reportedly robbed a man who was transporting goods from the town south of Beirut to the Beirut neighborhood of Haret Hreik.
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