Instead of taking on political corruption cases, the Lebanese judiciary has systematically targeted journalists and activists to silence them since the start of the anti-government October 17 Revolution.
In this video, we follow the detailed stories of 3 protesters from the moment they.
Riot police in Lebanon were shooting rubber bullets and tear gas canisters directly into crowds at chest-level.
Clashes between protesters and security forces left more than 300 people wounded over the weekend,.
Reports suggest that 50 protesters were detained.
Nidal Ayoub was interrogated by the Cybercrimes Bureau Tuesday on charges including insulting the president and “undermining the prestige of the state.”