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11:14 p.m.: This live is over for tonight. Do not delay our articles while waiting for the resumption at 9 a.m. Beirut. thousands of Lebanese flocked to the streets of the city, which was partially destroyed by a double explosion to express their anger about the political class, which was held responsible for the tragedy, in which more than 150 dead and 6,000 injuries were required. Some of them managed to get to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before they were driven out • Caution before hot weather! Fifteen departments are now being placed in the heat-wave-red vigilance, which at six new departments in the north of the country, ie on all skin-of France and Seine-E-Marne, was expanded. The episode should continue until Tuesday, said Météo France. • From Monday, in certain heavily frequented areas of Paris and in Seine-Saint-Denis, in Hauts-deine, Val-de-Marne. The wearing of a mask and Val-d'oise, according to a press release of the affected prefectures • the man who held six people as hostages in a bank branch in Le Havre on Thursday was charged and arrested.
10:33 p.m.: After the outbreak of anger gradually returns to Beirut. The streets are currently "only a few small groups of demonstrators around the city center," writes L'Orient Le Jour and adds that the army and security forcesStreets are stationed.
10:06 p.m.: "Today's riots are hunger." The LREM MP from Morbihan, Gwendal Rouillard, is well aware of the situation in Beirut, where his family lives.Lebanese political class.
9:06 p.m.: Our colleagues from France 2 returned in pictures to the day of anger in Beirut, on which thousands of Lebanese went on the street to scream fully from the political class.
8:58 p.m.: 🚨 clashes in the Foreign Ministry in #beirut, which briefly occupied demonstrators. The army now chases them and beats them down. #Struction of
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8:55 p.m.: Return to Beirut, where the army drove out the demonstrators who had previously taken possession of the Foreign Ministry, journalists report on site.
8:23 p.m.: Here are pictures of the headquarters of the Association of Banks of Beirut, set fire to demonstrators who demand profound change within the political class. Soldiers have now evacuated the crime scene.
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7:59 p.m.: Here the update on the news at the beginning of the evening: • The tension in Beirut is high. Demonstrators stormed the Foreign Ministry and several facilities that were damaged by the massive explosion on Tuesday. Red cross more than 140 injuries. Exacect the situation live. • Caution of hot weather! Fifteen departments are now placed in the heat wave-red vigilance, which are at six new departments in the north of the country, ie on all Hauts-de france and Seine-E-Marne, was expanded. The episode should last at least until Tuesday, said Météo France. • From Monday, in certain heavily frequented areas of Paris and in Seine-Saint-Denis, in Hauts-deine, Val-de-Marne. The wearing of a mask and Val-d'oise, according to a press release of the affected prefecture.details on the affected areas, should be known shortly • The man who on Thursday in one
Bank agency in Le Havre was referred to the public prosecutor, who requested his indictment and accommodation.
7:47 p.m.: This survey of the banks by the demonstrators is not surprising. In fact, in the economic crisis that the country has been going through for several months, it is regularly pointed out to these institutions, as our journalist Marie-Violette Bernard explained a few weeks ago.
7.46 p.m.: Return to Beirut, where demonstrators entered the headquarters of the banking association. Fire was lit before the army intervened, an AFP photographer reports on site.
7:28 p.m.: According to an official spokesman, a policeman has died. The official press agency Ani quotes from L'Ortle Le Jour that this police officer died when he died in a hotel on the Place des Martyrs, the rally nerve center, intervened, the exact circumstances of his death are not yet known.
7:07 p.m.: In his speech, Hassan Diab did not state when he wants to organize these early parliamentary elections. However, he was ready to stay "two months" at the top of the government until the political forces agree on this question.
7:01 p.m.: Demonstrators took over the #libanese Ministry of Economic Affairs and threw a rain of documents and a picture of President Michel Aoun. A man next to me shouts: "Concentrate on the bills, men, tear my bills" .https: // t.Co/Rahtyoyk6k
7:01 p.m.: This announcement comes, since protests are still underway in Beirut. After the Foreign Ministry, demonstrators broke into the premises of the Ministry of Economic Affairs near the port of the city and were damaged by the explosions on Tuesday.Place published on Twitter recordings of the scene.
6:52 p.m.: After the explosions in Beirut, the Lebanese Prime Minister announces that the parliamentary elections are made to get out of the political crisis.
6:50 p.m.: According to a new assessment, the Lebanese Red Cross had to transport 32 injuries to the hospital in demonstrations against the political class. 110 people were able to provide the emergency services on site.
6:19 p.m.: Here is the update to the news at the end of the afternoon: • Thousands of Lebanese are currently flocking to the streets, partially devastated by a double explosion, to express their anger about the responsible political class a tragedy that more than 150 Dead and 6,000 injuries asked for a time to get to the Foreign Ministry. Pick up the situation with us • Pay attention to hot weather! Fifteen departments are now being placed in the heat-wave-red vigilance, which are placed on six new departments in the north of the country , ie to all Hauts-de-France and Seine-E-Marne, which should last at least until Tuesday, said Météo France. • From Monday, in certain heavily frequented areas of Paris and in Seine-Saint-Denis, in Hauts-deine, Val-de-Marne. The wearing of a mask and Val-d'oise, according to a press release of the affected Prefektekturen.details on the affected areas, should be known shortly • The man who had held six people in a bank branch in a bank branch in Le Havre on Thursday was referred to the public prosecutor who asked for his charges and accommodation to prison.
6:08 p.m.: According to the AFP journalists present there, a few dozen demonstrators entered the Foreign Ministry in Beirut, "while the attention of the security forces focused on the accumulation of thousands of demonstrators in the city center". The group, led by officers in retirementThe building for the "headquarters of the revolution".
6:00 p.m.: Demonstrators managed to penetrate the Foreign Ministry in Beirut, report witnesses on site. Laut pictures that circulated on social networks used the demonstrators a banner on which "Beirut capital of the revolution" was particularly useful.
L'Orient lifts le jour.
5:37 p.m.: #Beirut protest: 22 people were transported to nearby hospitals. 87 People are treated on site.
5.41 p.m.: In the event of clashes with security forces in Beirut during the demonstration, which was organized against the country's political class this afternoon, some people were injured. The Lebanese Red Cross announced on Twitter that it had transported 22 people to nearby hospitals while87 more were treated on site.
4.58 p.m.: The national anthem, sung by the demonstrators on Martyrplatz in Beirut (picture Carla Henoud) https://t.co/h5ehecwcma
16:58 p.m.: Return to Beirut, where angrily gather on the martyrs that have been destroyed in the heart of the capital, which have destroyed the port of the city.
16:32: #Lebanon protests: Roman archway, tear gas and blown-in buildings https://t.co/wklmzs3odm
16:32: Relentless tear gas of security forces, demonstrators nowhere near Parliament. We cannot get closer, unclear which security forces are gasping./Cnynk4ushe
4.42 p.m.: Drive towards Beirut when you want thousands of people to gather to hold the authorities into account after the deadly explosions, which were devastating some of the city.to prevent.
15.44 p.m.: Where are the investigation into the double explosion on Tuesday in the Lebanese capital? While the random thesis was previously privileged, Lebanese President Michel Aoun yesterday set up the hypothesis "of an external action with a rocket or a bomb"."Transparent" international investigation required by Emmanuel Macron. Franceinfo provides an update in this article.
3:26 p.m.: The police used tear gas against demonstrators who had gathered in front of the parliament in Beirut, reports L'Orient-Le Jour..
2:43 pm: The crowd begins to gather, Place des Martyrs, in Beirut, for a Saturday the anger against the Lebanese political class https://t.co/4jfzpqbtiv
2:45 pm: The crowd continues to gather on the Place of the Martyr in Beirut, where the demonstration against the government is planned this afternoon..
14:24: The wife of the Dutch ambassador in Lebanon, Jan Waltmans, died of her injuries at the explosion in Beirut on Tuesday, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
2:15 p.m.: With a little delay here a new point in the news: • Thousands of Lebanese demonstrate against the political class this afternoon, which they blame for the terrible explosion that devastated a part on Tuesday. In response to a request for help from the Prime Minister of Mauritius, France sent team and equipment from the island of La Réunion to Mauritius after the oil leakage of a stranded exit of the mass. 53 In orange vigilance. At the end of the night, temperature records were broken. Follow our direct • The traffic is very dense, according to the predictions of Bison Futé, which had announced a black day in the direction of departure, red for the return trip. In particular on the A7 Many traffic jams were found between Lyon-Marseille in the north-south direction.
2:08 p.m.: The three MPs of the Kataëb Party, the historical Christian party, resigned in the Lebanon and confirmed that the time had come to build up a "new Lebanon".Week after the double explosion, in which at least 154 people died on Tuesday.
1:58 p.m.: Strong picture. Symbolic scaffolding and hung knots on the Place des Martyrs in Beirut, where the demonstrators arrive.do well yourself.https: //t.co/s5lmz0ix4r
1:59 p.m.: Demonstrators reach the Place of the Martyr in Beirut, they denounce the corrupt political system, which is responsible for negligence that has led to the tragic explosions and financial and health crises that the country has been shaking for months./t.co/kvmqodyp7f
15:02: The Lebanese demonstrate against the political class this afternoon that they are responsible for the terrible explosion that devastated a part. On the Place des Martyrs, the epicenter of the folk protests since last October, activists have set up a gallows how gallows have set up howcan be seen in the photo of a Canadian journalist present on site.
13h00: What can be read on Franceinfo.fr today? I recommend the following content: • This article by Clément Parrot about how the French anti-masks are trying to organize protest in social networks
• This explanation of Coline Renault for corruption in Lebanon
• These infographics by Brice Leborgne to the aggravating drought in France
• 100 % culture of Elodie Drouard's favorites
12.16 p.m.: Lebanese diaspora in France tries to help the residents of Beirut. Several clubs try to send funds to a population in great difficulties. There are also online jackpots to try to get as many resources as possible.
12.13 pm: Hello. "Four, five days are a déjà vu, it starts to be extreme six days, but it is feasible. It depends on the survival bag in which the person is located on the oxygen that itHas been able to, possibly water if you are lucky. ", "Lieutenant Andrea, a French savior on site, told Franceinfo. In Beirut, it is 31 ° C these days, which actually makes the chances of survival more difficult.
12.09 p.m.: Hello, how are the chances of survival among the ruins? Are there very hot temperatures like our? Thanks for your work!
12:03 p.m.: It is noon, let's take stock: • Today it is still very hot. Nine departments are still in the alarm level, including Paris, and 53 in orange vigilance. At the end of the night, temperature records were broken You our direct • Traffic is very dense, according to the predictions of Bison Futé, which had announced a black day in the direction of descents, red for the return trip, especially on the A7 between Lyon-Marseille in the north-south direction, many delays were made determined • The video conference of the donor to support Lebanon, whose capital Beirut was devastated by a deadly explosion, takes place tomorrow at 2 p.m. and will be organized together by the United Nations and France, said the Elysee. People were killed yesterday and over 120 injured when an Air India Express aircraft left the runway and after landing in a storm in southern India in Two parts broke.
11.17 a.m.: Savior from all over the world continues to search every corner for survivors of the explosion that the country shook on Tuesday. Franceinfo leads it there.
10:47 p.m.: The countries of the Arab league will also be there. Lucker said that he was ready to mobilize his resources this morning to help Lebanon, said Ahmed Aboul, General Secretary of the Panarabic Organization. “We are ready"To help with all means," he said.
10.45 p.m.: The video conference of the donor to support Lebanon, whose capital Beirut was devastated by a deadly explosion, will take place tomorrow at 2 p.m., organized by the UN and France, shared the Elysee.and participate President Donald Trump.
10.09 a.m.: But the Lebanese government denied yesterday that he had refused to help from certain countries. "This message is wrong and misleading and aims to put an end to the Lebanon," said a press release from the Ministerial Council Presidency,reports L'Orient-le Jour.
10:08 p.m.: Hello it is not entirely clear. A team of rescue workers without borders from Côte-d'Or yesterday canceled his departure after the Lebanese government refused to let new teams go there, pointed out to thisThat France 3 Bourgogne Franche-Comté wanted to help the injured person.
10:00 a.m.: Hello FI, the Lebanese state rejects the abroad offered so far, including French firefighters and doctors without limits. Thank you!
9.47 a.m.: Le Monde looks back on the visit of Emmanuel Macron in Beirut this weekend, in which the French President denounced the "organized corruption". My colleague Coline Renault explains in this article to explain why this expression is used to Lebanonto describe.
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