Posted November 03, 2018 07:23:03AJAX — Leban, the small city on the Mediterranean coast where the Lebanese Republic is based, is a sleepy little town, and a small bar is the only place where you can hear music.
In a dusty bar, you can find a crowd of locals dancing, drinking and drinking.
The night before, they were out celebrating a victory parade, when a drunk man pulled a gun and shot one of the officers in the back.
The officers were killed.
The man who pulled the gun had fled the scene.
He was arrested and later confessed to killing the officers.
His story, while shocking, is not uncommon in Lebanon.
We don’t know what he is accused of doing, but we know that he has committed several other crimes, including murder, kidnapping and arson.
He is being held in the Lebar Prison, which is a prison in the northern city of Tripoli.
It is a small prison and is known for overcrowding and abuse.
It was used by former dictator Ali Al-Assad.
He fled to Turkey after a war with the Lebanese Army.
Since the beginning of the civil war in 2006, the country has experienced a surge in violence.
There is an increase in killings and other violence that is directly linked to the war in neighboring Syria.
There are rumors of an ongoing campaign against Lebanese citizens and their families.
One of the main reasons for the violence is the country’s lack of democracy.
Violence has also been increasing due to the government’s failure to stop the sectarian attacks against Muslims, Christians and Druze Muslims.
It also stems from the government and Hezbollah’s efforts to prevent the formation of a new government in the country.
According to UN estimates, over 1,500 people have been killed since the start of the war.
The toll of deaths has risen steadily, even before the conflict broke out.
Over the past few months, the violence has spread to the capital, Beirut.
The most common crime, in Lebanon, is kidnapping.
There have been numerous cases of kidnapped people being released, but they are usually tortured and beaten.
There is a massive security presence around the capital.
The government does not take responsibility for kidnapping.
For more than a decade, there has been a rise in the number of murders.
There has been an increase of about 30 percent since 2015.
This is not the first time that there have been cases of violence in Lebanon due to political violence.
In 2017, Hezbollah launched a military offensive against the southern province of Sa’ada, the last stronghold of the Popular Mobilization Forces.
The military is still engaged in the campaign against the rebels, which has resulted in hundreds of casualties.
The current conflict began in March 2017, when President Michel Sleiman, a close ally of Hezbollah, accused the Syrian regime of using chemical weapons against the Syrian people, and threatened a military intervention against the Lebanese army and the regime.
The fighting started with several rounds of heavy fighting between the forces of the Lebanese Armed Forces and the Free Syrian Army, which was backed by the United States.
Since the start, the fighting has turned into a full-scale offensive by the Syrian Army and Hezbollah, who have launched thousands of airstrikes on both sides.
When the fighting ended, the Lebanese armed forces claimed to have lost over 1.4 million Syrian troops.
It later transpired that the total number of dead is much higher.
This is the worst loss of life that the armed forces have suffered in recent years, and the number could rise further if the Syrian war continues.
I do not know if this incident has been widely reported, but many of the soldiers involved in the incident have been captured, and several other soldiers are currently being held hostage by the rebels.
My colleague, Aboul Gheit, was killed when the Syrian government air strike on his home hit his house.
At least 12 people have also been killed in the recent conflict.
This number is growing daily.
Lebanon is in a state of crisis.
There were reports of an increase this week in the violence, which started during the conflict and has escalated as the country remains divided between the pro-regime and anti-regimat forces.
Some of the recent attacks have been carried out by armed groups that are known for targeting and killing civilians.
This has been reported by Human Rights Watch and the Lebanese media, as well as by the UN.
The Lebanese army has responded with airstrikes on suspected pro-government forces.
The United Nations estimates that over one million people have fled the country due to violence, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks violence.
The UN has warned that the crisis could continue for months or years.