A Lebanese army military police vehicle, center, escorts flatbed army trucks carrying three containers where the weapons were believed to be hidden, as they leave the port of Selaata, north of Beirut,... more 
A Lebanese army military police vehicle, center, escorts flatbed army trucks carrying three containers where the weapons were believed to be hidden, as they leave the port of Selaata, north of Beirut, Lebanon, on Saturday April 28, 2012. A Lebanese military prosecutor Saqr Saqr told The Associated Press that the Lebanese navy confiscated weapons that were found aboard a ship off the Lebanese coast. On Friday Lebanon's state-run National News Agency said Lebanese authorities intercepted a ship off the coast near the northern city of Tripoli called "Lutfallah II" suspected of carrying the weapons. The ship came from Libya, via Egypt and then to the port of the Lebanese north city of Tripoli apparently on its way to Syria, NNA said. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Hussein Malla
Sat, Apr 28, 2012 8:54 AM EDT