Saudi Arabia Orders Citizens to Leave Lebanon Immediately

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NPR correspondent Ruth Sherlock observed that a Saudi travel ban on Lebanon is "terrible news" for the country because it relies so heavily on Gulf tourism, an industry just beginning to recover from the Syrian civil war. This would become an even bigger problem if more of Saudi Arabia's allies also restrict travel to Lebanon. Bahrain ordered its citizens to leave Lebanon last week, while Kuwait joined Saudi Arabia in asking its citizens to leave the country on Thursday afternoon.

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