The operation followed a mission last Thursday, when members of the Army went 25 meters into Mieh Mieh for observation purposes, but retreated later the same day. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The Lebanese Army postponed its deployment at the entrances of the Mieh Mieh Palestinian refugee camp Tuesday, pending the completion of a number of logistical operations.The sources added that the Army will also determine when it will try to deploy.The efforts came after the Army attempted to deploy at the camp's entrances in the morning.At around 11 a.m., the Army carried out brief patrols inside Mieh Mieh and also started dispatching tanks with more than 100 soldiers at and around its entrances.However, some Mieh Mieh residents welcomed the entry of the Army into the camp.
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