Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri meets a delegation of families from Arsal at his residence in Beirut, Monday, Aug. 11, 2014. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO)
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Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced a $15 million donation to Arsal before a delegation of the town's residents Monday, vowing to help reconstruct the town after heavy clashes between the Army and militants ravaged it."In the coming days, I hope to be speaking further about ways in which we will show that when Lebanon is in trouble, Britain will remain on Lebanon's side," he said.During his fourth day in Lebanon after three years of self-exile, Hariri received the head of the Lebanese General Security, Maj. Hariri had announced that his return to Lebanon was to monitor the spending of the $1 billion donation by Saudi Arabia to the Lebanese Army, adding that his role was to foster moderation and support the state in fighting terrorism. Hariri also met with the EU ambassador to Lebanon, Angelina Eichhorst.Hariri also met with Progressive Socialist Party Leader Walid Jumblatt later Monday.
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