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Lebanon claims to have found Israeli spying device

January 19, 2014 02:17

Lebanon claims to have found an Israeli spying device, the National News Agency reported Saturday.

In an official Lebanese Army statement, they said "At 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, an Indonesian contingent unit, operating within UNIFIL peace-keeping forces in the South, found a suspicious body in an area which falls within a reserved territory outside the technical fence bordering the town of Adeysseh. As a result, an Army patrol immediately arrived at the scene and examined the detected body, which turned out to be composed of 2 computer devices carrying Hebrew letters."

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