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Military Investigative Judge Riad Abu Ghayda issued arrest warrants Friday for seven people suspected of being involved in corruption and bribery at the Lebanese Army Military Academy, a judicial source told The Daily Star. The warrants were issued for a retired officer and six civilians after Abu Ghayda began questioning them at 10 a.m. at the Military Tribunal.The seven are thought to have received money from families who wanted their children to attend the academy, the judicial source said. Instead, the Army command has been investigating these cases internally as ethical violations.
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