Lebanese army says Israeli spy cameras discovered

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
December 15, 2010 19:43

BEIRUT — A senior Lebanese army officer said Wednesday that military experts have discovered two spy cameras planted by Israel in Lebanon's mountains.

The officer said the long range spying systems were placed in Sanin mountain and the Barouk mountains, which overlook the capital.

The officer, who spoke on condition of anonymity in line with regulations, said that army experts dismantled one of the systems and are working on the second.


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