Lebanese soldiers patrol the area near the Mieh Mieh Palestinian refugee camp, Oct. 23, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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South Lebanon's Mieh Mieh Palestinian refugee camp could be "weapons free" -- or at least appear weapons-free -- by midyear, Palestinian sources inside the camp told The Daily Star. Officials from Lebanese Army Intelligence have been meeting over the past few weeks with Palestinian military leaders in an attempt to make the camp a weapons-free zone.The Army's decision to meet with leaders from the Palestinian National and Islamic Forces -- including the Hamas Movement, the Fatah Movement, Ansar Allah and the Palestinian National Security Forces -- comes as part of a military plan to reduce tensions in the camp, according to Palestinian sources.
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