Saudi Arabia imposes sanctions on 12 Hezbollah leaders for 'terrorism'

November 26, 2015 12:04

DUBAI - Saudi Arabia imposed sanctions on 12 senior Hezbollah figures accused of responsibility for carrying out operations on behalf of the group, which it designated a terrorist organization in March of last year, state media reported on Thursday.

"These names were designated today and sanctions imposed on them under the terrorism crimes and financing regime," the Interior Ministry said in a statement carried by state news agency SPA. 

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