The neighborhood of Bab al-Tabbaneh in Tripoli was badly damaged by the latest clashes. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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A high-ranking Egyptian security delegation visited Beirut and Damascus about three weeks ago to discuss Arab coordination in the open war against ISIS and terrorism, a senior security source told The Daily Star.Commenting on the situation in Tripoli after the Army restored order there Monday, the source said that the threat of Islamist militants was far from neutralized in Lebanon's second city. He explained that although the Lebanese Army had won a major battle against terrorism, its open war would continue.The four days of fighting in Tripoli and the north left 42 people killed, including 11 soldiers.
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