Prominent Lebanese activist found dead in south Lebanon

Lebanese Shiite activist Lukman Sleim, known for being an outspoken critic of the pro-Iranian Hezbollah movement, has been found dead in southern Lebanon, relatives and police sources said on Thursday. According to a statement by judge Raheef Ramadan, who leads the investigation, 58-year-old Sleim was killed with four bullets in the head near the village of Addousiyeh in south Lebanon, which is mainly controlled by Hezbollah. A security source said that he was killed with four bullets in the head and one in the back. According to his relatives, his sister reported him missing late Wednesday. “…

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