Aug 23, 2015

Stones and Molotov Cocktails in Beirut Protests: Over 10 Injured / Sputnik International

More than 10 people including policemen were injured in Beirut on Sunday as a group of activists attacked police officers throwing stones and a Molotov cocktail, a RIA Novosti correspondent reported.

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