Nearly 60 people were injured on Saturday as a result of clashes with police during protests in Beirut, Lebanon, the Lebanese Red Cross Society tweeted.
According to the tweet, fourteen people were taken to the nearest hospitals, 44 get help on the spot, TASS reported.
Thousands of people went to an anti-government rally demanding the resignation of the government and reforms. Groups of people massively throw stones and firecrackers at the police. Dozens of tear gas grenades fly in response.