Syrian refugees arrested with instructions for DIY explosives
Benghazi, 5 February 2013:
Nine Syrian refugees found to be in possession of videos and documents showing how to prepare explosives and detonators were arrested last night in Benghazi.
Security forces arrested the Syrians in a house-raid, after a tip-off from Baraka police station about a quarrel between Libyans and Syrians in the local area, according to Libyan news agency LANA.
The men, who included a Syrian army officer, have not been named and will be detained pending further investigations.
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