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Timeline Of Lebanon Protests In 2019 - Part Two

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By Reuters

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BEIRUT, LEBANON (RECENT - NOVEMBER 22, 2019) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF MOTHERS AND CHILDREN CLAPPING AND CHANTING IN PARADE VARIOUS OF PROTESTERS IN MOCK MILITARY PARADE, LED BY VETERAN SOLDIERS PROTESTERS PUSHING BICYCLES Amal and Hezbollah supporters attack opposition protest camp in the southern town of Tyre, where the parties' supporters tore up protest tents and set them on fire, prompting security forces to intervene and fire into the air. TYRE, LEBANON (RECENT - NOVEMBER 25, 2019) (VIDEO OBTAINED BY REUTERS) (NIGHT SHOTS) FIRE BURNING THROUGH TENTS IN OPPOSITION PROTEST CAMP/SOLDIERS REACT TO LOUD GUNFIRE The crisis sweeping Lebanon takes a violent turn with three nights of skirmishes that have prompted warnings of bloodshed and revived memories of the 1975-90 civil war. Trouble flared in several areas of Lebanon on night of November 27, including the Beirut district of Ain el-Remmaneh, where the civil war began. The army deployed to prevent a confrontation between supporters of rival Christian and Shi'ite Muslim groups. BEIRUT, LEBANON (RECENT - NOVEMBER 27, 2019) (REUTERS) (NIGHT SHOTS) VARIOUS OF LEBANESE ARMY FORCES DEPLOYING IN THE AIN EL-REMMANEH/CHIYAH DISTRICT IN EARLY HOURS OF MORNING AFTER CLASHES BETWEEN THE MUSLIM CHIYAH DISTRICT AND THE CHRISTIAN AIN EL-REMMANEH WITH STICKS AND STONES TRIPOLI, LEBANON (RECENT - NOVEMBER 27, 2019) (REUTERS) EXTERIOR OF SOCIETE GENERALE BANK BRANCH IN TRIPOLI WHICH WAS RANSACKED OVERNIGHT BY PROTESTERS WHO ARE ANGRY AT BANKS VARIOUS OF BURNT OUT ATM MACHINE Petrol stations in Lebanon began a nationwide open-ended strike on November 28 amid the country's worst economic crisis in decades. Protests since Oct. 17 have pulled Lebanon deeper into economic crisis, worsening a hard currency crunch that has hit importers and raised fears of price hikes and shortages. Petrol stations must collect payments from customers in Lebanese pounds but pay private fuel importers in dollars. The cost of dollars on the parallel market has surged since the start of protests, hovering currently at about 40% more than the official pegged rate, set at 1507.5 Lebanese pounds since 1997. BEIRUT, LEBANON (RECENT - NOVEMBER 27, 2019) (REUTERS) (NIGHT SHOTS) VARIOUS OF CARS AT GAS STATION BEIRUT, LEBANON (RECENT - NOVEMBER 28, 2019) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF CLOSED GAS STATION Lebanese security forces used tear gas to disperse protesters in Beirut in the early hours on December 4, where dozens of demonstrators had blocked a main bridge. BEIRUT, LEBANON (RECENT - DECEMBER 4, 2019) (REUTERS) ANTI RIOT POLICE RUNNING THROUGH SMOKE FROM TEAR GAS POLICE RUNNING TOWARDS PROTESTERS POLICE PUSHING PROTESTER AWAY PROTESTER BEING DRAGGED AWAY BY POLICE Tensions simmered in Beirut late on December 11 as protesters clashed with Lebanese security force. A group of people - believed to mainly be supporters of the Shi'ite groups of Hezbollah and Amal movement - were trying to approach one of the protest squares in central Beirut when they were faced with riot police. BEIRUT, LEBANON (RECENT - DECEMBER 11, 2019) (REUTERS) (NIGHT SHOTS) RIOT POLICE IN DOWNTOWN BEIRUT PROTESTERS THROWING STONES AT POLICE POLICE VEHICLE DEPLOYED VARIOUS OF POLICE PERSONNEL ON ARMOURED VEHICLE FIRING TEAR GAS AT PROTESTERS Tear gas engulfs central Beirut as security forces chase protesters near Lebanon's parliament in two nights of street clashes that wounded dozens of people. The clashes on December 14, 15 and in the early hours of December 16 came ahead of formal consultations during which Hariri was expected to be named prime minister again. But the consultations are delayed upon Hariri's request the morning after and Hariri later in the week declined to be named as prime minister again. PROTESTERS RUNNING AWAY/RIOT POLICE KICKING TEAR GAS CANISTERS POLICE SURROUNDED BY TEAR GAS BEIRUT, LEBANON (DECEMBER 15, 2019) (REUTERS) (NIGHT SHOTS) FLARES BEING SHOT FROM TEAR GAS CANISTERS/TEAR GAS CANISTER EXPLODING/FLARES IN BACKGROUND PROTESTERS RUNNING AS TEAR GAS CANISTER EXPLODES NEAR THEM/SMOKE RISING PROTESTER ROLLING METAL BARRIER TOWARDS RIOT POLICE PROTESTERS THROWING OBJECTS AT RIOT POLICE BEHIND METAL BARRICADES VARIOUS OF SECURITY FORCES FIRING WATER CANNON AT PROTESTERS BEIRUT, LEBANON (DECEMBER 16, 2019) (REUTERS) (NIGHT SHOTS) TWO MEN RUNNING CARRYING WOUNDED PROTESTER PROTESTERS THROWING STONES AND FIRING FIRE CRACKERS TO RIOT POLICE

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