Former Lebanese prime minister Saad Al Hariri said on Sunday he would continue to pursue a power-sharing solution to the country's 18-month presidential vacuum with politician Suleiman Franjieh, a Maronite Christian he backs for the role.
Saudi Arabia has lent its backing to a power-sharing plan that would make a family friend of Syria's Bashar al-Assad president of Lebanon, saying it hoped it would happen within weeks.
The proposal tabled by Sunni politician S
Former prime minister Saad Al-Hariri returned to Lebanon on Friday for the first time in three years, on a visit seen as reasserting a moderate influence over the Sunni community following a deadly incursion by Islamist militants.
Former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri says he is now ready to share power with his rivals Hezbollah if that's what it takes to help Lebanon finally form a government after nine months of political deadlock.
DHL Express, a leading logistics company, has appointed Saudi national Omar Hariri as the country manager for its operations in Kuwait.
Mena CEO Nour Suliman said: “The demand for reliable logistics services is in constant r
Qatar, eager to boost its footprint in Turkey, has made a takeover approach to the majority owner of Oger Telecom, which owns a controlling stake in Turk Telecom, sources said.
Qatar has directly approached Saudi Oger - owned by the family
Lebanon's former premier Saad Al-Hariri and his political allies will not join the government of his successor, Hezbollah-backed Najib Mikati, sources close to Hariri said on Thursday.
Mikati started talks on Thursda
The prosecutor of the UN-backed tribunal issued on Monday a draft indictment over the 2005 killing of statesman Rafik Al-Hariri, a long-anticipated move that has touched off a Lebanese political crisis.
Last week the mil
Lebanon's president asked Saad Al-Hariri to stay on as caretaker prime minister on Thursday after Hezbollah ministers and their allies resigned in a dispute over an investigation into the killing of Hariri's father.
A statement issued by P
Lebanon faces a political impasse after Hezbollah and its allies toppled the government over a UN-backed tribunal which is expected to accuse the Shi'ite group of killing statesman Rafik Al-Hariri in 2005.
But analysts played down the pros