Lebanon's Hariri Says He's Free In Saudi Arabia, To Return Soon

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Lebanon's Hariri Says He's Free In Saudi Arabia, To Return Soon
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Speculation has been rife that Saudi Arabia summoned Hariri to Riyadh and broadsided him with a demand to resign because he wouldn't confront Lebanon's powerful Iranian-backed Hezbollah militant group -- a charge the kingdom has denied. The political turmoil has thrust Lebanon to the fore of the Saudi-Iranian rivalry after it managed to avoid the worst of the Syrian civil war next door, creating a potential new center of conflict in the tumultuous Middle East.

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