Violence breaks out in outraged Beirut | World | America Edition

Beirut was the scene of violence on Saturday with a dead policeman and more than 200 wounded amid protests against the political class after the tragedy that hit the country last Tuesday and which generated a crisis which, according to the Prime Minister, Hasan Diab, you only go out with early elections.

“Judgment Day” was the slogan chosen by the protesters to call for the protest on Saturday. Thousands of Lebanese, some with the brooms and shovels with which they have been cleaning the rubble in recent days after the explosion that destroyed half of Beirut on Tuesday, appeared to demand “resignation” from the country’s leaders.

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