19 January 2022
The security forces withdrew from the last points of confrontation with the demonstrators in Beirut
Hebzollah media publish a video of what they describe as drilling by an Israeli civilian company near the town of al-Adisah in Lebanon. The drilling may be connected to the Israeli army's installation of tunnel-detecting sensors along the Lebanon border
Demonstrators using fireworks against security forces on Parliament square in Beirut
Security reinforcements with armoured carriers arrived at Parliament Square in Beirut
Clashes between demonstrators and security forces in downtown Beirut
Protestors removing tiles from different corners around the Beirut souks to break them down & use them against riot police as video shows. Many Lebanese have it for "Solidère" as they say it ripped Beirut out of its identity
Clashes between security forces and protesters have spread to Beirut market
Meanwhile; more protestors are joining. A group protesting in front of the central bank are making their way to Down Town Beirut.
Lebanese Red Cross: 5 wounded so far have been transferred to the local hospitals and 3 support teams went to the scene during a demonstration in downtown Beirut
Clashes between protesters and security forces has moved to the entrance opposite the Beirut market
Beirut: It's 5pm and riot police outside parliament have continuously been using multiple water cannon against protesters outside parliament for the past 15 minutes.
Protesters try to protect themselves with a white sheet from the water cannons near Lebanon Parliament
Clashes between demonstrators and riot police in the vicinity of the parliament in central Beirut
French President: We will do everything we can to help Lebanon overcome its crisis
Lebanon PM Diab says dismissing central bank governor currently not an option
Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab arrives in Baabda Palace before the first meeting of the new cabinet
Lebanese security forces have deployed water cannon
Protesters are throwing rocks at security forces near Lebanon Parliament
Downtown Beirut in front of Parliament: people are starting to throw firecrackers and Molotov cocktails at the police line
Associated Press photographer Hussein Mulla was hit by pepper spray by security forces while covering the protests in central Beirut. @AP
Rioters near Lebanon Parliament throwing metal barriers at security forces behind the fence
The arrival of a new group of demonstrators at the entrance to Parliament Square
Beirut-Damascus international highway cut with burning tires at Shawayat junction1 year ago
Beirut-Damascus international highway cut with burning tires at Shawayat junction
Protests are taking place in a number of places around Lebanon. Near Nejmeh Square, where some are trying to break through the metal barriers to enter Parliament, a few are reporting the use of a liquid chemical that is sprayed and causes a burning wound
Demonstrators are throwing iron barriers and stones at riot police in downtown Beirut
"Strange" material sprayed on the demonstrators in front of the Lebanese parliament
Security forces fire tear gas on the demonstrators in front of the House of Representatives in Beirut
Lebanese Finance Minister: We will face a big problem if foreign countries refuse to support the government
Beirut protesters are attempting to remove iron gates at Lebanon Parliament
Demonstration at the entrance to the Parliament Square in Beirut: The people want to bring down the government(new one)
Lebanon PM Hassan Diab: My first visits abroad will be to the Gulf and the Arab region
Beirut - Protesters reject the announcement of the new government headed by Hassan Diab
Presidency of the Lebanon: The new government will hold its first meeting tomorrow
Nassif Hitti is Minister of Foreign Affairs, and he is close to Gibran Bassil
Secretary General of the Lebanese Council of Ministers: Decree naming Hassan Diab as Prime Minister of the Lebanese government
1 year ago
Lebanese army deployed in areas that had been blocking the roads
Lebanon - Protesters flock to the Nour Square in Tripoli and the vicinity of the Parliament in Beirut
Speaker of the Lebanese Parliament, Nabih Berri, arrives in Baabda Palace
The Marada, Druze and Armenian Tashnaq Movement gain 5 seats in the new Lebanese government
Two Lebanese political sources told Reuters: All disputes that prevented the formation of a new government have been resolved
The United Nations: We are concerned about the clashes between protesters and security in Lebanon
American journalist @nicfrakesjourno has been released from Lebanese military detention
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