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Not very well, say many Lebanese.
Anti-government protests went on in Lebanon as the government failed to agree on economic reforms.
Demonstrators called for the "downfall of the regime" in Lebanon as tens of thousands took to the streets protesting against corruption and government inaction.
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Exclusive: Lebanese PM Hariri addresses working with Hezbollah and previous resignation
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Al-Hariri has rescinded his resignation and said all members of the government had agreed to stay out of conflicts in Arab countries
Lebanon's prime minister quit his role earlier this month amid claims he was the target of an assassination plot
Lebanon's Saad al-Hariri has agreed to put his resignation as prime minister on hold after a meeting with the country's president.
Lebanon's former prime minister Saad al-Hariri says he will return to Lebanon on Wednesday for Independence Day celebrations and hold talks with President Michel Aoun
Saturday's meeting will mark Hariri's first trip outside Saudi Arabia since resigning as Lebanese PM
Lebanon's president says he hopes the crisis will come to an end now Hariri has plans to leave Saudi Arabia for France.
Amid crisis in the region, Saad Hariri will head to Beirut, after a few days in Paris.
Euronews asked an expert about what the resignation of Lebanon's prime minister could mean for the region.
Lebanon’s Saad al-Hariri can only prove he is free by returning home from Saudi Arabia where he went to announce his resignation as prime minister
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, who resigned from his post in a shock move earlier this month says he's well and will return to Lebanon from Saudi Arabia in the next two days.
People in Lebanon have been expressing their support for the recently-resigned prime minister, who has confirmed he will soon return to Beirut