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Lebanon’s state news agency said on Monday that twenty-eight people have been charged with planning to carry out suicide bomb attacks and belonging to the militant group Islamic State. The move follows three bombings in Lebanon late last month, and a security crackdown in the capital Beirut and other parts of the country. Lebanese authorities have carried out a series of security raids on hotels in the capital and other parts of the country in recent weeks after the latest series of attacks. Three days later, an attacker blew up his car near an army checkpoint in Beirut, killing himself and a security officer.



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