Beirut's Military Tribunal. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The Military Tribunal sentenced a group of four men in absentia Tuesday for conducting terrorist attacks that rocked Dahr al-Baidar and Tayyouneh just days apart in June 2014, the state-run National News Agency reported.Seraj al-Deen Zreiqat, Radwan Kharroub, Hussein Zahran and Ahmad Humeid were sentenced in absentia as they have remained at large. They were found guilty of belonging to a terrorist organization, the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Abdullah Azzam Brigades, and of carrying out the two car bombings in 2014, in Tayyouneh in greater Beirut and Zahle's Dahr al-Baidar.
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