Hariri, Hezbollah dominate talks on Lebanon’s regional role

Politicians are holding talks in the Lebanese capital Beirut in a bid to decide the country's role and policies in the region. The sticking point has been Hezbollah, Iran’s ally in Lebanon.

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    Politicians are holding talks in the Lebanese capital Beirut in a bid to decide the country's role and policies in the region. The sticking point has been Hezbollah, Iran’s ally in Lebanon.

    Another main issue is the political future of Prime Minister Saad Hariri who quit before suspending his resignation last week.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut.


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