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France suggests Hariri not free, urges he play role in Lebanon

Reuters India Friday, 10 November 2017
PARIS (Reuters) - France's foreign ministry on Friday nuanced comments made earlier by its minister, suggesting that former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri may not be free and urging that he continue to play his rightful role in the country.
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News video: Hariri breaks silence: ‘I am free in Saudi Arabia’

▶ Hariri breaks silence: ‘I am free in Saudi Arabia’ 02:25

Eight days after his shock resignation, Prime Minister Saad Hariri breaks his silence and speaks from Riyadh, denying that his stay there is a de facto detention.

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