FILE - Lebanese soldiers stand at a checkpoint in Taamir, Friday, Dec. 12, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Hezbollah reportedly handed 11 members of the Resistance Brigades over Lebanese security agencies, who were wanted on an array of charges.The Resistance Brigades is a militant group affiliated with Hezbollah designated for non-Shiites or Shiites who do not want to commit to the party's main military formation.A Hezbollah convoy comprised of a bus and two cars with tinted windows arrived in Taamir Tuesday night to pick up the Resistance Brigades members.A source said that this operation was the second of its kind within the last two weeks, with the first involving eight fugitives.Several fugitives were accused of belonging to the group of radical preacher Sheikh Ahmad Assir, who fought against the Lebanese Army in nearby Abra in 2013, while others allegedly belonged to "terror groups" or were wanted on drug charges.
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