Lebanese Newspapers Headlines for April 27, 2015

APRIL 27, 2015 (REFERRING TO THE NATIONAL NEWS AGENCY – LEBANON) Folowing are the headlines of Lebanon’s main newspapers for Monday April 27, 2015:

An-nahar: Hezbollah criticizes fruitless blocking of presidential election

Berri to set date for legislative session

As-safir: Berri opens fire… Salam, Jumblatt reject boycott.. ‘Rabieh’ stands surprised

Legislation problem: battle over rubble of republic

Al-Mustaqbal: Field setback for Houthis, government rejects Saleh’s calls for dialogue

Yassin: Iran’s revolutionary guard, Hezbollah are fighting in Yemen

Al-Akhbar: Qalamoon fight in days.. Security plan in Dahyeh tomorrow

Al-Joumhouriya: Disruption threatens government after parliament

Hariri to Moscow after Washington

The Dailystar: Asiri seeks to defuse tension with Hezbollah

—Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Awad Asiri sought Sunday to defuse tension with Hezbollah over the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen, voicing hope that the kingdom’s relations with all Lebanese parties would be calm in the coming stage.

Meanwhile, the Future Movement and Hezbollah are set to hold a new round of talks on May 4 despite a bitter war of words over the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen that strained ties between the two rival influential parties and put their dialogue in jeopardy.