Monday 13 November
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13 November 2017
Lebanese PM Saad Hariri says he’ll be back in Beirut to formalise his resignation within days; we analyse the latest developments in the Saudi soap opera. Plus: Trump in the Philippines, what's good about Russia and Mariano Rajoy returns to Catalonia.
13 November 2017
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