State Prosecutor, Judge Ghassan Oueidat, indicated on Sunday that the thirty-four individuals who were detained last night in Downtown Beirut's clashes have been released, with the exception of a few, either because they had carried out violent acts or on different grounds, such as the existence of arrest warrants against them.
Release of 34 detainees over last night's Downtown Beirut incidents
- Clashes escalate along Beirut Municipality Street
- Church bells, prayer calls in downtown Beirut to stop confrontations
- Reuters citing Royal Palace: Harry and Meghan will no longer be working members of the Royal Family and will no longer receive public funds
- Red Cross: 169 cases were transferred to hospitals as a result of the events in Central Beirut