26 September 2021
Mayor of Tripoli, Riad Yamak: Protesters prevented fire engines from extinguishing the fire of the municipality building . and the civil defense is currently extinguishing the fire
In Tripoli, the demonstrators stormed the town hall, searched documents and set the building on fire
The National Agency: Throwing a stun grenade at the Serail Square, Lebanon
A number of protesters throw stones at members of the army at the Beddawi Highway
Tripoli mayor says second protester who was injured Wednesday night during confrontations with security forces died from his injuries - confrontations continue for a fourth night outside Govt building Lebanon
The Internal Security Forces in Lebanon: A member of the security forces was injured due to the explosion of a grenade inside the Tripoli Serail
A march in the streets of Hamra that had begun in front of the Ministry of Interior
The start of the gathering in the Sanayeh area in Beirut, to go later to the Central Bank.
Day 4 of protests in Lebanon northern city of Tripoli - serious escalation on Wednesday when security forces used live ammunition; accused protesters of using grenades - 30 year old killed, was shot in the back
Blocking the road in front of the Ministry of Interior in Sanayeh in solidarity with Tripoli and rejecting the practices of the security forces
Tear gas canisters fired at the demonstrators in Al-Nour Square in Tripoli, Lebanon
Clashes between protesters and security forces in Tripoli, North Lebanon
Young Lebanese man succumbed to his wounds sustained during clashes with security forces in Tripoli yesterday
Confrontations return to the streets of Al-Nour Square in Tripoli, and the army fires tear gas canisters to disperse the protesters
226 civilians and military personnel were wounded in the Tripoli clashes
The Lebanese Red Cross: The wounded in the Tripoli clashes rose to 102
Demonstrators throw stones and burning tires at army personnel in Tripoli
Tires lit in front of the Government building in Riad El Solh
Video of the moment Lebanon security forces open fire on rioters in northern Tripoli, Lebanon
Lebanese Security Forces: 9 of our soldiers were wounded after being thrown a grenade in Tripoli, in the north of the country
Another day of protests in Tripoli, Lebanon, due to the poor economic situation caused, inter alia, by restrictions. Today it is bloody - shots were fired, a grenade exploded. A total of about 50 injured in the clashes
The Lebanese army is preparing to enter the vicinity of Al-Nour Square in Tripoli
The bombs that were fired at the officers are military grenades and not sound or Molotov cocktails, which led to the injury of 9 soldiers, including 3 officers, one of whom was critically wounded
Ambulances transport a number of wounded from Al-Nour Square in Tripoli
Situation in Tripoli Lebanon deteriorating quickly. Protests that began 2 days ago against lockdown measures and 24 hour curfews to curb the spread of coronavirus have disintegrated into gun fights
Live ammunition injuries during the clashes in Tripoli
Again Heavy Live Gunfire from ISF members against the protesters in Tripoli Lebanon
Members of the security forces are advancing towards the demonstrators in Tripoli to disperse them and launch more tear gas bombs in the meantime
Lebanon Red Cross: 52 injured in clashes between protesters and security forces in Tripoli
Former Israeli army Chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot remarks about Hezbollah capabilities and the extensive damage a conflict would cause on the civilian population
The Red Cross: Six teams respond and work to transport the wounded and aid the injured from the Al-Nour Square demonstration in Tripoli
Protesters started to converge on Tripoli's main square - people say they can't cope with coronavirus lockdown without economic support from the Govt Lebanon - there have been two nights of violence
8 month ago
Al-Arabiya claims: "Israel deploys military reinforcements in the Golan heights"
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