Members of Lebanon's Shiite Muslim movement Hezbollah attend the funeral of Ali Ahmed Sabra, a fellow fighter who was killed in combat alongside Syrian government forces in Aleppo, on February 6, 2016. (AFP / MAHMOUD ZAYYAT)
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Riyadh has blacklisted four firms and three individuals it accused of having links to Hezbollah, the Saudi interior ministry said Friday.The U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned two other men, Mohamad Noureddine and Hamdi Zaher, in January for allegedly providing financial services to Hezbollah.On Thursday, the Saudi interior ministry suggested that Hezbollah and Yemen's Houthi rebels may be smuggling drugs into the kingdom.On Wednesday, both Saudi Arabia and Yemen's Saudi-backed government accused Hezbollah of direct involvement in the war in Yemen, where a Saudi-led force has been bombing Houthi rebels for nearly a year.
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