File - The Lebanese Army deploy in Qasqas, Greater Beirut on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The Lebanese Army arrested two wanted suspects while raiding several buildings in a Beirut neighborhood Wednesday, in another preemptive strike against the mounting threat of terrorism.Army chief Gen. Jean Kahwagi said the raids were part of a security plan to crack down on terror cells, reassuring the Lebanese that the security situation was "under control".An Army source refused to give any details on the operation.about reports that suicide bombers and rigged cars were operating in Lebanon, Moqbel confirmed that it was "true, hence security services are at their highest levels of readiness".He said that security plans would be implemented across Lebanon very soon.
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