The Lebanese Army said it freed at dawn Tuesday four Syrians kidnapped by al-Meqdad clan during a raid in Beirut’s southern suburbs that allegedly left a Turkish abductee injured. Moreover, LBCI reported that the Turkish abductee was freed Tuesday evening and handed over to the Lebanese authorities at the General Directorate of General Security in the presence of the Turkish ambassador, General Security Chief Abbas Ibrahim and Interior Minister Marwan Charbel. “An Army Intelligence unit freed four abducted Syrians during a raid in Hay el-Sellom,” a communiqe said. “It also arrested two people in the same location on suspicion of their involvement in the kidnapping operations.” [Link]