Hezbollah claims Saudis forced resignation of Lebanon's former PM Hariri
Sunday, 5 November 2017 () The head of Lebanon's militant group Hezbollah says the country's former prime minister, Saad Hariri, was forced by Saudi Arabia to resign. On Sunday, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah accused Saudi Arabia of drafting Hariri's resignation letter and forcing him to read it on Saudi TV.
Lebanon's Saad Hariri has landed in Beirut after quitting his post as prime minister from Saudi Arabia and spending weeks outside the country. The resignation... Deutsche Welle - Front PageAlso reported by •Zee News •India Today •IndiaTimes •France 24 •News24
French President Emmanuel Macron has invited Saad Hariri and his family to come to France after his surprise resignation as Lebanese prime minister earlier this... CBC.ca - WorldAlso reported by •Denver Post •Reuters India •IndiaTimes •France 24
Saad al-Hariri pledged on Monday he would return to Lebanon from Saudi Arabia "very soon," in his first television interview since his shock... Firstpost - WorldAlso reported by •India Today •Reuters •Denver Post •IndiaTimes •News24
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 •IndiaTimes