Violence briefly threatened to taint popular protests again Friday night as the Central Bank headquarters in Hamra was targeted by a handful of demonstrators...
Protesters gathered in front of the Parliament in Nijmeh Square Friday evening, to demonstrate against "dividing up the spoils of the new government," on the...
A number of protesters vandalizing banks in Hamra Thursday night were quickly dispersed after the Lebanese Army intervened.
Lebanese Army intervenes to disperse protesters vandalizing banks in Hamra
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the streets Thursday voicing their rejection of the leaked lineup of a new government, which they quickly coined the...
Public anger boiled over Thursday night as protesters blocked roads across Lebanon to reject a leaked lineup of a new government.
The friends and families of detained demonstrators protested outside the Helou police barracks for more than 12 hours Wednesday, calling for their release.
The streets and squares of Lebanon erupted into life Tuesday as popular protests returned after a brief absence with renewed energy and pressure.
Five people were injured Monday night in south Lebanon after protesters scuffled with soldiers from the Lebanese Army during an attempt to block roads.
The Army reopened roads in Tripoli following a night of protests which blocked the main highway and roads in the Northern city on the 89th day of Lebanon’s...
Scuffles broke out between protesters and sympathizers of caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri in the Lebanese capital Friday afternoon.
The weekend is expected to see an increase in momentum in popular demonstrations as calls have been made for mass demonstrations across the country.
Despite heavy rainfall protesters blocked roads across the country which were later reopened Friday, the 79th day of Lebanon’s antigovernment protests.
Roads were reopened early Friday after protesters temporarily blocked traffic at various locations across Lebanon on the 79th day of antigovernment protests.
Protesters targeted state institutions and banks Thursday, calling for an end to corruption and sectarian political maneuvering.
BEIRUT: Protesters targeted financial institutions across Lebanon Monday, marking the 75th day of nationwide anti-government protests.
The Lebanese Army denied having prevented protesters from traveling to Beirut, in a statement released Sunday night.
Dozens of people headed to the Jiyyeh power plant Friday, on the 58th day of the nationwide uprising, to protest the lack of consistent electricity supplies...
In what started off as relatively calm protests Friday, demonstrators gathered earlier Friday evening ahead of a widely anticipated weekend of anti-government...
Protesters gathered outside state institutions in north and south Lebanon on Friday, the 51st day of the nationwide uprising.