Thursday, November 21, 2013

Saudi Arabia advises citizens to leave Lebanon  ar  fr  pt

BEIRUT, Nov. 21 (Xinhua) -- Saudi Arabia called Thursday on its citizens to leave Lebanon after media reports linked the kingdom to the recent twin blasts that targeted the Iranian embassy. "Considering the security situation at the moment and the media campaign, the embassy advises citizens to....

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Keywords: Syria, Turkey, Lebanon / Bashar Assad, Arab League / syrian, al, regime, damascus, opposition, government

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