Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun was due to convene the country’s top security council on Monday after days of angry protests over a deepening economic crisis.
Protests erupt across Lebanon as currency tumbles to new low. (supplied)
protesters poured into the streets. The numbers are a surprise, particularly after divisive, violent rallies last week. late night road blocks at multiple intersections in Beirut. Most angry at dollar spike, many calling for government to resign. #lebanon back on the streets.— Sarah El Deeb (@seldeeb) June 11, 2020