File - Minister Ashraf Rifi arrives to attend a Cabinet session in Beirut, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Lebanon's Justice Minister Ashraf Rifi Monday accused Hezbollah of involvement in money laundering and international corruption, saying that some of their members are being kept under close surveillance.In an interview with Saudi daily Al-Watan, Rifi said a number of suspected money launderers linked to Hezbollah had been arrested inside Lebanon, and that the Lebanese authorities were closely coordinating with Saudi Arabia to keep Hezbollah's suspected operatives away from the oil-rich kingdom.GCC countries are staunchly opposed to Hezbollah's militarily involvement in Syria on the side of the Syrian regime.
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