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Army stops car bomb
in Beqaa’s Arsal

BEIRUT - The Lebanese army intelligence on Wednesday stopped an explosives-rigged car on the Arsal road in the Beqaa valley, a military source told NOW’s correspondent.

 

The driver and two other passengers in the Kia-type silver car were women, the source said, adding that the army is working on dismantling the car bomb.

 

The source identified the women as Joumana Hassan Hamid, Hala Ahmad Rayed and Khadija Mohammad Awda.

 

The car's license plate number is 121127/G. It traces back to a Toyota FJ Cruiser, belonging to Alain Antonios Abi Karam, from which it was stolen.

The army is working on dismantling the car bomb.