A minute’s silence on the annual bombing of a port in Beirut, Lebanon

A minute's silence on the annual bombing of a port in Beirut, Lebanon

Thousands of people took to the streets to commemorate the tragedy exactly one year ago. Protesters are forcing the Parliament premises

Protesters try to enter the Parliament premises – Most of the injured were among the protesters, but some officials were also involved. Police denied the news against the performers who have been used by rubber bullets against the performers who were trying to destroy the metal barriers near the Lebanese Parliament for over a year.

Anniversary During the memorial service, the church bells rang repeatedly as the bells of the mosque were recited. There was also a protest with moments of conflict between the bar and the anti-government.

Crowds from various cities of the country and districts of the capital gathered in procession along the highway tracks near the port of Beirut. Relatives of the victims, civil society activists, followers of critical political platforms of the political system accused of corruption and misrule, members of organizations and professionals such as doctors, lawyers and teachers arrived.

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