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The Army announced Monday morning that it removed the electronic security screening gates at the entrances of two Palestinian refugee camps in south Lebanon.The Army said its decision to remove the metal detectors at the entrances of the Ain al-Hilweh and Mieh Mieh camps came in accordance with the Army Command's plan to preserve security within them as well as from its consideration of the suffering of Palestinian people in Lebanon.Earlier this month, the Army had installed metal detectors at the camps' main entrances to screen everyone entering or leaving as a security measure.
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