Friday, 10 November 2017 () Tensions are rising since Lebanon's prime minister went to Saudi Arabia and resigned. Saudi Arabia told its citizens to leave Lebanon. It could be part of the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
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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