Amid continuing financial crisis, demonstrators throw fireworks and stones at law enforcement in central Beirut and the northern city of Tripoli
The unrest comes as Beirut holds talks with the International Monetary Fund for a reform programme it hopes will secure billions of dollars in financing and put its economy back on track.
Social media company said it was taking down thousands of accounts from a network supposedly being used to boost Turkish president
27-year-old Rahat woman's family says husband called to say she'd fallen in the shower, while father says couple had problems but there was no physical violence
Washington is due to slap harsher sanctions on Syria and those who help it, but that will likely do little to deter Russia and Iran from aiding the regime
Benny Gantz and Avi Nissenkorn meet with attorney general to discuss issue, days after High Court strikes down law to legalize structures built on privately owned land
Tedros was speaking after concerns have been raised that some countries including the United States could hoard any vaccines or drugs they develop.
According to an LAPD statement, seven officers under investigation have been assigned "to non-field duties" pending the completion of said investigations.
Van Ranst noted that skin to skin contact increases the risk of transmitting the coronavirus from person to person and that giving a hug is in theory safer than giving a handshake.