'Lebanon files UN Sec. Council complaint on spy devices'

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December 17, 2010 06:42

 
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Lebanese President Michel Suleiman Thursday evening lodged a complaint with the UN Security Council over the "espionage devices" discovered near Beirut earlier Thursday, Army Radio reported.

The Lebanese president praised security cooperation between the Lebanese state security apparatuses and Hizbullah, which he claimed led to the discovery of the devices, according to the report.

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