Saturday, 11 November 2017 () Lebanese officials have demanded the return of Prime Minister Saad Hariri from Saudi Arabia. The head of the militant group Hezbollah said the Saudis had "declared war" on Lebanon by holding Hariri against his will.
Lebanon's Saad Hariri is seeking exile in France after being detained in Saudi Arabia. Hariri resigned from his post as prime minister unexpectedly last week. Lebanon's President Michel Aoun accused Saudi of detaining Hariri against his will. Saudi denied keeping Hariri captive or forcing him to...
Lebanon's president has accused Saudi Arabia of holding Saad al-Hariri hostage as the prime minister said he and his family were fine and he would return soon. SBS - ScienceAlso reported by •Newsy •Seattle Times •NPR •Jerusalem Post •FOXNews.com
France has called for Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri to be allowed to "return home freely" amid mounting speculation that he is being held against his will... WorldNews - Front PageAlso reported by •NPR •Eurasia Review
[Lebanon], November 22 (ANI): Saad Hariri has returned to Lebanon for the first time since announcing his resignation in Saudi Arabia since more than two weeks... Sify - IndiaAlso reported by •Eurasia Review •IndiaTimes
Lebanon’s embattled prime minister, Saad Hariri, met with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris on Saturday and insisted he would return to Beirut on... L.A. Times - Middle EastAlso reported by •Eurasia Review •Deutsche Welle