Hundreds in Tripoli Return to the Streets Against Curfew Without Stimulus

Hundreds of protesters in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli returned to the streets for a 2nd day of demonstrations against a curfew and lockdown enacted without any stimulus, which has led to many people working illegally. The military of Lebanon arrived on the scene after a militia’s headquarters were attacked, arresting several youths who did not disperse but rather regrouped around areas devoid of law enforcement.

Demonstrators in Beirut also set barricades on fire on Saifi Road in solidarity with the unrest in Tripoli.

Via الثورة News, لـــبـــنـــان يـــنـــتـــفـــض, Ekher El Akhbar, Aya Isk, & Gareth Browne

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