Argentina: Lebanese Man Wanted for Terrorism Charges Detained

Posted on September 14, 2016 • Filed under: Argentina, Crime, Terrorism reported Argentina authorities detained a Lebanese man wanted for terrorism when trying to enter the country with false documents, reported in Wednesday night’s state news agency Telam.

The man, whom the official news agency identified as Khalil Mohamed El Sayed, was arrested at the international airport Pistarini Minister, on the outskirts of the city of Buenos Aires, he tried to enter the South American country with a false identification of Paraguay.


The operation that led to his capture was carried out by a network system that interconnects with Interpol International Migration of Argentina, according to the report.

The Lebanese citizen was detained in prison in Ezeiza, near the airport available to the Argentina justice. Read Article

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