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BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:55 A.M.) – Former Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, met with King Salman of Saudi Arabia, today, Hariri’s official Twitter claimed.

The former premier claimed he was meeting with the “custodian of two mosques”, King Salman ‘Abdel-Aziz, at the Al-Yamameh Castle in the Saudi capital of Riyadh.

Hariri’s alleged meeting comes just 24 hours after some Lebanese newspapers claimed the former prime minister was arrested by the Saudi authorities.

Hariri resigned from his position as prime minister following his abrupt visit to Saudi Arabia this past weekend.

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