Faced with international pressure and a decline in financial support from Iran, the party is scrambling to hold onto its power and base, which is beginning to voice dissatisfaction.
The Gulf states signed Tuesday an agreement on regional 'solidarity and stability' at a summit in northwest Saudi Arabia.
Uranium enriched to a 20% level would give Iran the ability to convert its entire stockpile to bomb-grade levels within six months.
By commencing this work, and entering into other long-term trade and economic agreements with Iran, the Chinese regime is gambling with its future, observers say.
Many Lebanese say that Hizbullah, whose chief, Hassan Nasrallah, was subordinate to Soleimani, is at the root of the country's problems.
Separatist forces are withdrawing from Abyan and the city of Aden under the terms of a power-sharing agreement with the government.
The Iranian president and foreign minister have criticised a new law promptly passed following the assassination of the regime's 'nuclear mastermind'.
Sheikh Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa will succeed his great uncle, who had held the post since the country's independence in 1971.
The party's actions as a client of the Iranian regime have isolated Lebanon as it navigates a financial crisis and continuing social unrest.
The agreement the government signed a year ago with the Southern Transitional Council is key to restoring the state, Yemen's president says.