Hariri received the delegation from Qalamoun, meeting with the town’s mayor and members of Zakka’s family. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO)
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Nizar Zakka, a Lebanese national currently detained in Iran, is in "very bad health," members of his family said in a statement presented to Prime Minister Saad Hariri Monday. Hariri's meeting Monday with Maha Zaka and Talal Dunkir, mayor of Zakka's hometown Qalamoun, came a day after former Prime Minister Najib Mikati visited Qalamoun where he received a cool welcome Future Movement supporters.The family called on Lebanese officials to release an official condemnation and to call for Zakka's release ahead of Lebanese parliamentary elections slated for May 6 .
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