Angry protesters storm the Lebanese Foreign Ministry building

Beirut-ALsharqiya August 8: Angry protesters stormed the Lebanese Foreign Ministry building in the Ashrafieh area in the center of the capital, raising the slogan of a demilitarized Beirut

The security forces tried to disperse the demonstrators by firing tear gas, but clashes took place that prevented them from being prevented, and chants rose against the political class, which they described as corrupt, and other protesters gathered in the Nejmeh and al-Shuhada squares in the afflicted central Beirut.


The Iraqi judiciary issued an arrest warrant against the former Iraqi Minister of Communications Naim Al-Rubaie

The Ministerial Council for National Security in Iraq held an emergency session to discuss the implications of the missile strikes

The United States has warned that it will not tolerate attacks by loyalist factions.