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The Lebanese navy intercepted a ship on Friday suspected of carrying weapons destined for Syria's rebel army, a security official told Agence France Presse. The vessel "Lutfallah II" was stopped by the navy off Lebanon's northern coast and towed to a port near the city of Batroun. News reports said the ship was coming from the Egyptian port of Alexandria and was headed to the Lebanese coastal city of Tripoli. Al-Manar television also reported that the ship had sailed from Alexandria in Egypt and that it had been headed to Tripoli in northern Lebanon. It said that it was shipping three containers loaded with weapons. Meanwhile, Lebanon's state-run television Tele Liban reported that the ship had first sailed from Libya ahead of arriving at Alexandria and that it is owned by Syrian national Mohammed Khafaja. Tele Liban said shipping agent Ahmed Bernard was arrested without mentioning th
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