Aug 09, 2015

Prensa Latina News Agency - Lebanon Arrests Alleged Syrian Terrorists in Arsal and Tripoli

Beirut, Aug 9 (Prensa Latina) The Lebanese Armed Forces keep their patrols today in Arsal, bordering city with Syria in the northern Bekaa, and the northern city of Tripoli, where in the recent hours they arrested two alleged terrorists.

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