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Saudi Arabia tells citizens to leave Lebanon at once

BBC News Thursday, 9 November 2017 ()
Saudi Arabia tells citizens to leave Lebanon at onceThe warning by the foreign ministry comes amid tensions over Lebanese PM Saad Hariri's resignation.
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Saudi Arabia has ordered its citizens to leave Lebanon and avoid travel there. Tensions between the two countries hits reached a fever pitch. The Foreign Ministry said in a statement Thursday, "Due to the current situation in Lebanon, the Kingdom has asked its citizens, whether visiting or residents,...

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