Lebanon Demands PM Return From Saudi Arabia as Tensions Rise

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Lebanon Demands PM Return From Saudi Arabia as Tensions Rise
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The way Hariri resigned was "unacceptable," President Michel Aoun told Saudi Arabia's envoy at a meeting in the presidential palace outside Beirut on Friday, according to the state-run National News Agency. Aoun also met with envoys from the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Jordan. The International Support Group for Lebanon, which includes Russia, the U.S., the European Union and other countries, said it welcomed the demand for Hariri's return.

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