BEIRUT

Lebanon’s caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri on Monday warned of the ongoing crisis in Lebanon saying that the country is moving towards “a state of uncertainty.”

Hariri said on Twitter that the army and all security forces should assume their responsibilities in “applying laws and preventing breaches of civil peace” after the rise of escalation with the protesters in the latest days.

At least 114 Lebanese were injured Sunday during clashes between security forces and protesters who were demonstrating against the country’s economic crisis.

Hariri pointed out that the continuation of clashes between protesters and security forces means “an

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