Lebanon charges three over suicide bombings

Two waves of deadly suicide bombings hit the border village of Al-Qaa in a single day on June 27Lebanon’s military prosecutor has charged three people, including two Syrians, with links to the Islamic State group and involvement in suicide bombings in a village on the Syrian border. A judicial source told AFP on Thursday that one of the three, a Syrian, had been arrested last week during the dismantling of an IS-linked cell suspected of planning attacks across Lebanon. The three are alleged to have links to two waves of deadly suicide bombings that hit the border village of Al-Qaa in a single day on June 27.

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