В Ливане демонстранты жгут мусор и машины

25 Января 2011, 14:42

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Supporters of the Future Movement gather as they watch the torched vehicle belonging to the Arabic language al-Jazeera satellite television station during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri in the Sunni bastion coastal city of Tripoli north of Beirut on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Supporters of the Future Movement burn a vehicle belonging to the Arabic language al-Jazeera satellite television station during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri in the Sunni bastion coastal city of Tripoli north of Beirut on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Lebanese supporters of the Future Movement burn tires during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri (banner R) on the outskirts of the coastal city of Sidon, south of Beirut on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/MAHMOUD ZAYAT
Lebanese cross the streets as supporters of the Future Movement burn tires in a neighborhood in the capital Beirut during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMRO
The Lebanese army stand guard as supporters of the Future Movement burn tires in the capital Beirut during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMRO
The Lebanese army are seen on the streets as supporters of the Future Movement burn tires in a neighborhood in the capital Beirut during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMRO
A Lebanese woman attempts to push a burning garbage container as supporters of the Future Movement gather in a neighborhood in the capital Beirut during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMRO
The Lebanese army are seen on the streets as supporters of the Future Movement gather in a neighborhood in the capital Beirut during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMRO
Garbage skips are set on fire as supporters of the Future Movement gather in a neighborhood in the capital Beirut during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMRO
Supporters of the Future Movement torch the vehicle belonging to the Arabic language al-Jazeera satellite television station during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri in the Sunni bastion coastal city of Tripoli north of Beirut on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Supporters of the Future Movement cheer as they walk past the torched vehicle belonging to the Arabic language al-Jazeera satellite television station during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri in the Sunni bastion coastal city of Tripoli north of Beirut on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
A man walks past the torched vehicle belonging to the Arabic language al-Jazeera satellite television station during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri in the Sunni bastion coastal city of Tripoli north of Beirut on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Supporters of the Future Movement gather as they watch the torched vehicle belonging to the Arabic language al-Jazeera satellite television station during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri in the Sunni bastion coastal city of Tripoli north of Beirut on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Supporters of Future Movement attack Lebanese army soldiers as the latter try to evacuate the crew of the Arabic language al-Jazeera satellite television station during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri in the Sunni bastion coastal city of Tripoli north of Beirut on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
A supporter of the Future Movement moves past the torched vehicle belonging to the Arabic language al-Jazeera satellite television station during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri in the Sunni bastion coastal city of Tripoli north of Beirut on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
A Lebanese woman walks past a Lebanese army tank near burning garbage set ablaze by supporters of the Future Movement in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri on January 25, 2011, in the capital Beirut, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/EZZAT ATTAR
A garbage skips is pushed along a street as supporters of the Future Movement gather in a neighborhood in the capital Beirut during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/EZZAT ATTAR
A Lebanese soldier disperses burning tires set alight by supporters of the Future Movement in a neighborhood in the capital Beirut during a demonstration in support of the caretaker prime minister Saad Hariri on January 25, 2011, as hundreds of people converged on the northern city of Tripoli to take part in a 'day of rage' over the likely appointment as prime minister of Hezbollah-backed tycoon Najib Mikati. AFP PHOTO/STR

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