WORLD Lebanese top officials condemn Tripoli's violent clashes, urge investigations

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Lebanese top officials condemn Tripoli's violent clashes, urge investigations

Xinhua

08:40, January 30, 2021

People gather at a building damaged by protesters in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, on Jan. 29, 2021. Lebanese top officials condemned on Friday violent protests that took place in Tripoli in the past four days which left hundreds of people injured while killing one young man, the National News Agency reported. (Photo by Khaled/Xinhua)

People look at a vehicle burned during clashes in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, on Jan. 29, 2021. Lebanese top officials condemned on Friday violent protests that took place in Tripoli in the past four days which left hundreds of people injured while killing one young man, the National News Agency reported. (Photo by Khaled/Xinhua)

A man is seen inside a building damaged by protesters in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, on Jan. 29, 2021. Lebanese top officials condemned on Friday violent protests that took place in Tripoli in the past four days which left hundreds of people injured while killing one young man, the National News Agency reported. (Photo by Khaled/Xinhua)

People gather at a building damaged by protesters in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, on Jan. 29, 2021. Lebanese top officials condemned on Friday violent protests that took place in Tripoli in the past four days which left hundreds of people injured while killing one young man, the National News Agency reported. (Photo by Khaled/Xinhua)

Members of the Lebanese army stand guard on a street in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, on Jan. 29, 2021. The Lebanese army announced on Friday that it has arrested five people involved in burning the municipality's building a night earlier in Tripoli during violent protest clashes between citizens and security forces, the National News Agency reported. (Photo by Khaled/Xinhua)

Members of the Lebanese army stand guard on a street in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, on Jan. 29, 2021. The Lebanese army announced on Friday that it has arrested five people involved in burning the municipality's building a night earlier in Tripoli during violent protest clashes between citizens and security forces, the National News Agency reported. (Photo by Khaled/Xinhua)

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