A massive blast in Beirut is being seen as revenge for the Shiite-led Hizbollah's support for the Syrian regime. It's the second such attack in as many months, and could be a sign that the civil war is crossing borders.
Lebanon’s outgoing Prime Minister Saad Hariri has held talks in Paris with French President Emmanuel Macron. After the meeting, he reiterated that he would return to Beirut next week.
France's Emmanuel Macron on a trip to Riyadh has called for deescalation of tensions with Tehran as crises in Yemen and Lebanon boil over. Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait urged their citizens to leave Lebanon.
Tensions between Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Iran are putting a strain on the entire region, with Israel at risk of being drawn into a war with Hezbollah, as Tania Krämer reports.
Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri has announced on a Paris visit that he will soon travel back to his country. Hariri's recent resignation is seen as the latest fallout of the proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
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