LEBANON - Protests raged in Lebanon Oct. 20, with locals there burning tires and setting up roadblocks, all to voice their anger over Oct. 19th's car bombing.
The bombing killed eight people including a top Lebanese security official.
The Lebanese government declared Oct. 20 a national day of mourning.
But that didn't prevent the protests, and that meant military officials were deployed to try and bring calm.
Most of the uprisings happened in Sunni, Muslim districts of Lebanon.
Oct. 19th's attack occurred in a mostly Christian district.
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