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Israeli army fires into Lebanon after military targets hit by missiles
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Iranians are urging EU to adopt a tough Iran policy ǀ View
The Iranians conveyed a clear message giving voice to the demand of the heavily oppressed and widely impoverished people of Iran, who are protesting for genuine change and increased rights and freedoms since the beginning of 2018.
UK criminalises support for Hezbollah
Britiain makes it a criminal offence to support Hezbollah, both its political and military arms. The group is already blacklisted in the US, Canada and Israel.
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European leaders seem blind to reality in pursuit of idealistic goals, labouring under the false hope that Iran will moderate its behaviour in return for economic aid.
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Watch in full Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges' exclusive interview with Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
Hezbollah and its allies make electoral gains in Lebanon
Unofficial results are showing that Hezbollah and its political allies made significant gains. They appear to have won just over half of all parliamentary seats.
Hezbollah makes gains in Lebanese election
Hezbollah does well in Sunday's parliamentary election but it does not give them overall power as Prime Minister Saad Hariri is likely to form a new coalition.
Turnout turnoff as Lebanese voters stay away from vote that changes little
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Turnout down in Lebanese poll
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Angry protests in Lebanon after "thug" comments
Angry protests in Lebanon after the foreign minister refers to parliament's speaker as a "thug"
Hezbollah blames Israel for car bomb attack on Hamas official
A member of the Palestinian group Hamas has been hurt in a bomb blast in the Lebanese city of Sidon
HezbollHezbah leader vows to return focus to Israel at rally in Beirut
Hezbollah leader, Hassan Nasrallah, has vowed at a rally in Beirut that the Iranian-backed militant group will return their focus to the Palestinian cause, following President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Clashes near U.S. embassy in Beirut
U.S. and Israeli flags have been burnt outside the American embassy in Beirut, with police firing tear gas and water canons at protesters
Hariri warns Hezbollah to respect Lebanon's "neutral" policy
Lebanon's prime minister says the Iranian backed group must stay out of regional conflicts to help end the country's political crisis
Lebanon's Hariri agrees to put resignation on hold
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