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Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s express and sombre televised address was met by cheers from crowds of protesters
The army has few resources to deal with the instability on its border
Hariri's shock resignation had thrust Lebanon to the forefront of the regional quarrel between Saudi Arabia and Iran
Hezbollah, a heavily armed military and political movement, is part of the Lebanese government
Politicians from all sides in Lebanon have called for his return to Beirut
Lebanon PM resigned in a statement televised from the Saudi capital Riyadh on Nov 4
Hariri makes first comments since he resigned
Michel Aoun urges KSA to explain why Hariri has not returned to Beirut
French statement indicates Saudi Arabia is holding Hariri
Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri has said the coalition government led by Hariri still stands
Pakistan has decided it will not evacuate its citizens from China to counter the threat of the fast-spreading corona virus. Do you agree with the decision?
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