Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri Withdraws Resignation
He resigned in early November in a strange television announcement from Saudi Arabia.LEARN MORE
At least four people have died in the unrest.
Protests against President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital have sprung up around the world, and some turned violent.
Videos out of Pakistan and Afghanistan show protesters gathered to condemn Trump, the U.S. and Israel.
In Gaza, at least four Palestinians have died in the unrest since Trump's announcement. An Israeli security guard was stabbed and seriously wounded in Jerusalem.
But in Lebanon, protests near the U.S. embassy were especially violent. Reports say police fired tear gas and water cannons at protesters.
About 450,000 Palestinian refugees live in Lebanon, and the country is partially governed by the Islamist group Hezbollah.
U.S. bases in Iraq and Syria have been struck 66 times since Oct. 17, the day a blast at a hospital in Gaza killed hundreds.
The Pentagon confirmed four additional attacks on American troops in the region following a U.S. airstrike in eastern Syria.
Twenty troops were reportedly injured on Oct. 18 at the al-Tanf base in Syria. The same day, four others were hurt at the al-Asad base in Iraq.
Doctors are working in hospitals lacking water, electricity, and essential supplies, all while the cold winter weather sets in.
Michigan will face Alabama in the Rose Bowl and Washington will play Texas in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1.
Not accounting for inflation, it's the first time a film has opened over $20 million on this weekend in 20 years.