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February 26Lebanese citizens protest in Riad El Solh square against economic conditions and demand access to their bank deposits. January 17Lebanon initiates a total lockdown and curfew from January 14 to 25 as COVID-19 cases skyrocket afterthe end-of-year holidays. February 11Lebanese citizens and foreign ambassadors gather to mourn slain journalist Lokman Slim and denounce terror.

Protests against recusal of Beirut port blast judge

Parents and relatives of the victims of the Beirut port blast staged a spontaneous protest near the Courts of Justice in Adlieh in the evening of February 18th 2020 to express their anger and frustration at the recusal of Judge Fadi Sawan from the investigation earlier in the day, a decision condemned by both human

Vaccination campaign finally launched

On Sunday, February 14th 2021, began the pre-vaccination campaign organized by the Lebanese Ministry of Health for Lebanese medical personnel at the Rafic Hariri University Hospital, Saint Georges Hospital University Medical Center, and the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC), to be followed on Monday 15th by a general vaccination campaign for Lebanese citizens

The Funeral of Lokman Slim

In the midst of Beirut’s beleaguered southern suburbs, statements for logic and reason, as well as empathis condemnations of terror and weapons, were solidified on this February 11, as clerics and dignitaries from Lebanon’s religious communities along with several foreign ambassadors joined with activists and family in the funeral of slain Lebanese filmmaker and fearless

Civil unrest in Tripoli

Tripoli protests continued to be intense, on January 31, 2021, in Al Nour square. It started with the arrival of demonstrators from Beirut, and ended up with armored vehicles and the Lebanese army soldiers’ pursuit of a group of young demonstrators in the streets of Tripoli.

Civil unrest turns violent

Tripoli protests January 28, 2021, in Al Nour square. 7:30 p.m. Protesters have already set fire to one of the doors of Al Tell police station, Bechara El Khoury street. Tear gas grenades rain down from the roof of the building and the air is unbreathable.  Gas floods the adjacent streets for more than 2.5