Protesters started to converge outside parliament square central Beirut - they chant revolution revolution - "peaceful no longer"

Map. History of Lebanon conflict

11 May 2021
Beirut: Molotov Cocktail thrown around security forces today
Rubber bullet being fired by security forces at head level today
Al Beddawi highway is cut in both directions
Lebanon designate prime minister Hassan Diab leaves presidential palace without making any comment - no deal on Govt - ruling alliance can't agree among themselves on dividing power as protesters demand they make way for independents to govern & deal with economic crisis
Beirut: Security uses water cannon to disperse the demonstrators in front of the House of Representatives
Clashes between demonstrators and Lebanese security, downtown Beirut
Scene outside Parliament in downtown Beirut - protestors taking running shots at police who are firing back with tear gas
Beirut: Protesters throw stones at the security forces at an entrance to Parliament
Dozens of protesters have arrived at the entrance to the House of Representatives
The Lebanese army, with full arms, in the center of Beirut after a night of bloody clashes between the security forces and protesters
Riot police reinforcements arrive in downtown Beirut, coinciding with the start of the protesters gathering
Protesters started to converge outside parliament square central Beirut - they chant revolution revolution - "peaceful no longer"
142 members of the Lebanese Internal Security Forces were wounded, including 7 officers, in yesterday's clashes in central Beirut
A malfunction in the WhatsApp application that prevents sending pictures and sound recordings
Lebanese Caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri calls for stopping time wasting, forming a government, and opening the door for political and economic solutions
Lebanon: All detainees arrested in the yesterday Beirut events were released
1 year ago
Israeli army: We have started deploying highly-sophisticated technical infrastructure along Israel's border with Lebanon. These sensors will identify and prevent underground construction of attack tunnels into Israel by the Hezbollah terror organization in Lebanon
The demonstrators in Babel Iraq this morning and a message of love and solidarity with the demonstrators in Lebanon, Beirut,
Hours of running battles back & forth between Riot police and the protestors, which started at 5 PM yesterday. Down town Beirut is calm now. Protestors planning for a new protest at 11 AM in the morning say "they won't give up"
Lebanon: Day 94 of the Revolution. Protesters clashed with Riot police outside Parliament entrances Beirut. Police fired tear gas grenades at Mohamad Al-Amin Mosque and beat protesters hiding inside the mosque despite calls from the Imam not to attack.
Ongoing clashes between the demonstrators and the security forces in the vicinity of the Lebanese Parliament, Lebanon
Lebanese Red Cross: More than 40 wounded people were rushed to hospitals and more than 60 injured were treated in central Beirut
Lebanese Security: Those who burned the sit-in tents in the Riad Solh Square in central Beirut are not among our members
Beirut - A large army force arrives in downtown Beirut
Lebanon's security forces use water cannon against demonstrators as clashes erupted outside parliament in central Beirut on Saturday
The demonstrators return to the Bank of Lebanon
Annualized yield on Lebanon's bond US$ maturing in 62 days up by 70 points today to almost 200%.
1 year ago
Khamenei: For years, the US has been receiving blows from the Resistance in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon & Afghanistan. But, bombing alAssadbase was greater than these since it defied the prestige and awe of the US govt. They said they'll intensify sanctions. This can't win back their dignity
The Ring Road Bridge in Beirut was shutdown by protesters
Calls for a general strike and the closure of roads tomorrow in Lebanon after the leak of a government formation being described as a "proxy government"
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