US offers $10m reward for information on Hezbollah's finances

US offers millions for information on how Hezbollah in Lebanon gets its money but fears grow over destabilising effect.

    As part of its anti-Iran push in the Middle East, the US has offered a $10m reward on the Iranian-backed group Hezbollah.

    The Trump administration wants to cut the Lebanon-based group's means of getting funds.

    But there are concerns that the move could unsettle Lebanon since it is so firmly entrenched in the nation's political system.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut.


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