A man watches Lebanese army soldiers ride on a military tank in Labwe, at the entrance of the border town of Arsal, in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon July 27, 2017. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
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Hezbollah denied media reports that the party had stopped two relief workers in the southern suburbs of Beirut Wednesday evening.Media reports had said that the party detained two people, one Dutch national and one New Zealander, while they were wandering around Haret Hreik Wednesday night in "a suspicious manner". The Daily Star also contacted a General Security source who refused to comment on the incident.The Dutch national's wife said her husband was referred to General Security, a security source said. Army Intelligence Thursday arrested two people on drug- and robbery-related charges in the northeastern town of Arsal, the state-run National News Agency reported.The Internal Security Forces Thursday said it arrested a 29-year-old Syrian national, identified as M.Q, for allegedly smuggling people into Lebanese territory.
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