Anti-government protesters hold a Lebanese flag and flash the victory sign as they burn a police barrier in Beirut on Tuesday. Photo: AP Anti-government protesters hold a Lebanese flag and flash the victory sign as they burn a police barrier in Beirut on Tuesday. Photo: AP
Anti-government protesters hold a Lebanese flag and flash the victory sign as they burn a police barrier in Beirut on Tuesday. Photo: AP
Middle East

Beirut blast vigil erupts into violence as Lebanese demand real change

  • Protesters throw rocks, while security forces fire tear gas and rubber bullets
  • Effigy of President Michel Aoun is hanged from noose and set ablaze

Topic |   Middle East
Anti-government protesters hold a Lebanese flag and flash the victory sign as they burn a police barrier in Beirut on Tuesday. Photo: AP Anti-government protesters hold a Lebanese flag and flash the victory sign as they burn a police barrier in Beirut on Tuesday. Photo: AP
Anti-government protesters hold a Lebanese flag and flash the victory sign as they burn a police barrier in Beirut on Tuesday. Photo: AP
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