Lebanese army overturns anti-Hezbollah measures

BEIRUT (Reuters) – The Lebanese army overturned on Saturday two government measures against Hezbollah that had triggered the group to take control of Beirut and the military urged gunmen to withdraw from the streets.

The army said in a statement it was keeping the head of the security at Beirut airport in his post and that it would handle Hezbollah’s communications network in a way “that would not harm public interest and the security of the resistance”.

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