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Lebanese PM held captive in Saudi Arabia

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Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri is being held captive in Saudi Arabia after violating the country's diplomatic protocol, Lebanon's president said. Hariri resigned on live TV last week in Riyadh.

But President Michel Aoun said the announcement is illegitimate. President Michel Aoun.

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