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August 24, 2010

Now Lebanon - Ad-Diyar: Police arrest telecom employee in spy probe

Ad-Diyar newspaper reported on Tuesday that security forces arrested an employee in Lebanon’s telecommunications sector, identified as T.B., on suspicion of collaborating with Israel.

The daily said that Internal Security Forces (ISF) – Intelligence branch members arrested the man from his residence in Mansourieh in the Metn, searched his house and confiscated his personal laptop.

The daily also said that the man returned to Lebanon last week, adding that the telecom company he works at is still unidentified.

Police have arrested several suspects over the past month in an expanding probe into an alleged network of Israeli spies employed in the country's telecom sector.

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