Lebanon pays price for conflict between Saudi Arabia and Hezbollah
Since the start of the year, relations between Saudi Arabia and Lebanon have taken a turn for the worse. The crisis began when Lebanon refused to sign an Arab League declaration condemning the January attack on the Saudi embassy in Tehran, on the grounds that the statement described Hezbollah as a terrorist organisation. Since then, Riyadh has suspended a key aid package for the Lebanese army. FRANCE 24's team reports from Beirut.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Elise Duffau and Claire Pryde.