Map. History of Lebanon conflict

24 February 2020
The Ministry of Education in Lebanon announces the suspension of schools until further notice
Lebanon - in the mainly Shia southern city of Tyre - two protests held today - one against the governing alliance and the other supporting House Speaker Nabih Berri's Amal movement
Former PM and Hariri Ally Fouad al-Siniora: @saadhariri must realize that the current gov't administration has lost its popularity and credibility
Protests continue in the Lebanese capital Beirut and block the road to the Central Bank of Lebanon
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri meets with the group of ambassadors of the European Union, the United States and China
Protesters block Tripoli's southern road with burning tires
Lebanon Govt Advisor: We estimate 0% economic growth for 2020
Protesters continue to flock to sit-ins in central Beirut and the north of country
Israeli jets over southern Lebanon
4 month ago
The Lebanese Army opens public roads and issues orders to prevent them from being cut off
Protest in Tripoli
Major General Ashraf Rifi: We want to get Lebanon back from Iran
Video of Lebanese soldiers clearing Hezbollah supporters who disturbed the protesters.
The Presidency of the Republic of Lebanon denies rumors about the deterioration of President Michel Aoun's health and calls for attention to the rumors
The Lebanese Army is deployed in the Bechara El Khoury area at one of the entrances to Beirut
Statement by Lebanese demonstrators: Protests continue until the overthrow of the government
Lebanese Army just stopped Hezbollah & AMAL supporters , forbidding them of reaching #Lebanonprotests square in downtown Beirut
Hezbollah & Amal partisan arrive at downtown Beirut to intimidate Lebanon protesters. They are a few hundreds, protesters are in tens of thousands
The youth of Amal and Hezbollah took to the streets of Lebanon
Some demonstrators are in front of the central bank of Lebanon: "Down the rule of the bank. [Governor of the Banque du Liban] Riad Salemeh is a thief."
Mass demonstrations in Tripoli demand the departure of all politicians, including the president and Nasrallah
Hariri addressing the Lebanese after the cabinet session at Baabda Palace: The demonstrations in Lebanon are the result of youths' anger and despair
PM Saad Al-Hariri will deliver a speech to the Lebanese shortly
Exceptional security reinforcements in the vicinity of downtown Beirut and the center of residence of Prime Minister Saad Hariri
Lebanese Cabinet concludes discussion of all items of Prime Minister's reform paper
Lebanese Cabinet approves 17 items of Hariri's reform paper
Crowd in downtown Beirut seems a bit smaller today (although still substantial) as presumably some people went back to work. Cars passing on Bechara el Khoury, which they couldn't yesterday. Chanting "The Cabinet are thieves, the banks are thieves, the authorities are thieves."
President Aoun: Measures of lifting bank secrecy of Lebanese governmental officials have to take effect
"Lebanese forces" members are absent at cabinet meeting
Lebanese President Michel Aoun holds talks with Prime Minister Saad Hariri before the start of the cabinet meeting
Prime Minister Saad Hariri arrives at Baabda Palace
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