“This indicates a sovereign vision... and that the resignation must be voluntary in every sense.” Aoun also planned to meet the finance minister and central bank governor in the afternoon. Lebanese dollar bonds fell across the curve and credit default swaps jumped on Monday. The central bank sought to calm fears that the political turmoil would hit Lebanon’s already fragile economy. Governor Riad Salameh told local television that the monetary situation was stable on Monday and markets were normal. There was no danger to the Lebanese pound, which is pegged to the U.S. dollar, he said. “Lebanon, after the resignation, will never be the same as before,” Saudi Gulf Affairs Minister Thamer al-Sabhan said in a tweet on Monday. “It will not accept to be in any case a platform for launching terrorism to our countries.” Even his own aides were surprised by the resignation of Hariri, Lebanon’s most influential Sunni politician and a close Saudi ally. He accused Iran of sowing ruin wherever it went and of a “deep hatred for the Arab nation”. Hariri also accused Hezbollah of pointing its weapons at Yemenis, Syrians and Lebanese.http://www.reuters.com/article/us-lebanon-politics/lebanon-president-urges-unity-after-pm-hariri-quits-toppling-coalition-of-sectarian-groups-idUSKBN1D61SZ?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Reuters%2FworldNews+%28Reuters+World+News%29
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The Daily Do: clean out your closet and donate to the Veterans clothing drive Abby Luschei , Statesman Journal Published 11:30 a.m. PT Nov. 5, 2017 Johnny Garcia, of Veneta, Ore., thanks veterans for their service as they ride past at the start of the 65th annual Albany Veterans Day parade in 2016. Donate clothing to the Veterans Clothing Drive Nov. 4 to 12. (Photo: MOLLY J. SMITH / Statesman Journal)Buy Photo "The Daily Do" is a short and to the point daily event preview. Don't fret; there will be plenty of time to plan because you will have at least 24 hours notice of each event. If you want to do something fun last minute or try something new, "The Daily Do" has got you covered. Like Eminem said, "I'm cleaning out my closet." It's time to get rid of the clothes that you keep time and time again, swearing that you will wear them, but alas, never do.
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