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Saudi Prince detained in a largest drug bust in Lebanon

Saudi prince Abdel Mohsen Bin Walid Bin Abdulaziz and four others were detained on Monday in Lebanon in the largest drug bust in the history of the Beirut airport, seizing two tons of amphetamine Captagon pills and some cocaine, before they were loaded onto the private plane of a Saudi prince according to a security source who told AFP.

Saudi prince and four others were detained on Oct. 26 in Lebanon in the largest drug bust in the history of the Beirut airport, a security source said.
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Government is bound to protect dignity and pride of defence forces while facing international allegations – President

President Maithripala Sirisena says the government is bound to protect the dignity and pride of the defence sector including our tri-forces while confronting the alleged human rights violations purported to have happened during the last phase of the war.

Government is bound to protect dignity and pride of defence forces while facing international allegations – President
Government is bound to protect dignity and pride of defence forces while facing international allegations – President
Government is bound to protect dignity and pride of defence forces while facing international allegations – President
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Sri Lanka Navy Diving & Salvage Unit Turns 50: A Historic Landmark in Navy Diving

The Sri Lanka Navy Diving and Salvage Unit celebrated their 50th Anniversary at a glamorous function held in Trincomalee with the presence of Vice Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne, the Commander of the Navy as the Chief Guest and Lieutenant Commander (Retd) Marty Somasundaram, the founding father of Navy Diving & Salvage Unit (ND&SU) as the Guest of Honor on Monday (26 October).

Sri Lanka Navy Diving & Salvage Unit Turns 50: A Historic Landmark in Navy Diving
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