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A university student accused of communicating with an Israeli officer and attempting to recruit others to collaborate with Israel denied Wednesday any wrongdoing at the Military Tribunal.The defendants were tried in absentia and the Tribunal has called for the enforcement of the arrest warrants against them and to strip them of their rights as Lebanese citizens.Four of the suspects had crossed into Israeli territory, collaborated with Israel and received Israeli citizenship, the state-run National News Agency reported.
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