His demeanor triggered a new hashtag, #Under Pressure, reflecting that people were unconvinced he was a free man.

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When Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced his resignation in a televised speech from Saudi Arabia last weekend, it stunned his country and created a mystery that lasted for more than a week.

On Sunday, another TV appearance by Hariri was filled with bizarre moments.

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After his belligerent resignation speech last week, Hariri looked sad and tired on Sunday, at times holding back tears in the interview that went on for over an hour.

He repeatedly drank water, finishing his glass and asking for more, prompting Yacoubian to hand him her own glass of water.At one point during the interview, Hariri’s eyes were wide open, moving to the back of the room.The camera caught a man in the back corner, behind the interviewer, who was holding what appeared to be a rolled paper. Our webcams are set on every slope of the resort to give you a live broadcast of all the action!See which slopes are closed and which ones are open, check the ski lift prices and more!The Lebanese Transparency Association is committed to the principles of equality and non-discrimination on the basis of gender, age, religion, disability, social class, geographical origins, and political background.