World Bank official urges Beirut to form a new cabinet within a week to prevent further loss of confidence in its economy as thousands of high school and university students skip classes in widening anti-graft protests.
The children's protest is part of a series of anti-government demonstrations that have gripped the country for the past three weeks, with the public demanding the resignation of the current government.
Lebanese protesters are vowing to keep up their street movement until all their demands are met, including the formation of a technocratic government.
Anti-government protesters flooded streets in Beirut, rejecting President Michel Aoun's attempt to position himself as the guarantor of the protest movement and its anti-corruption drive.
President Michel Aoun made the remarks as protesters in central Beirut continued to push for the resignation of the current government, accusing it of corruption, incompetence and sectarianism.
Turkish people living in different parts of Europe are being exposed to life-threatening situations as PKK sympathisers, masquerading as protestors, are baying for their blood.
The military said it was trying to re-open routes blocked by people with barriers and sit-ins as part of a wave of unprecedented protests demanding the government resigns.
A week-long anti-government demonstrations pushed the country's president to offer negotiations, which were turned down by the protesters.
Demonstrations sparked by a proposed tax on WhatsApp and other messaging apps have morphed into an unprecedented cross-sectarian street mobilisation against the political class.
Lebanon's Cabinet approved sweeping reforms with no new taxes in hopes to appease hundreds of thousands of people who have been protesting for days, calling for indiscriminate accountability and for Prime Minister Saad Hariri's government to resign.
Lebanese voters have been protesting for five days, demanding reforms from the government and the ouster of corrupt officials.
Tens of thousands of Lebanese protesters of all ages gathered in major cities and towns nationwide, with each hour bringing hundreds of more people to the streets for the largest anti-government protests yet in four days of demonstrations.
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