At least 106 protestors in 21 cities have been killed in the five days since Iranian forces were ordered to 'crush' the demonstrations.
Lebanese activists and civilians praised the army for the critical role it played in maintaining public safety throughout the recent demonstrations.
Hizbullah supporters assaulted a protest site on Ring Bridge, beating participants with sticks and tearing down tents or setting them on fire.
Hizbullah loyalists have been feeling let down by the militia, with protesters saying that the criticism of its leader Hassan Nasrallah has broken taboos.
Residents of northern Syria have voiced their disapproval of the extremist alliance, which has been expanding its presence into new areas.
The Hizbullah-affiliated al-Ghobair municipality's attempt to name a street for Mustafa Badreddine is 'regrettable', Saad al-Hariri said.
Joint forces fighting in support of the government of Yemeni President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi are moving in on the Red Sea port.
Demonstrating disregard for the city's world-renowned heritage, the Iran-backed militia has been painting slogans on its historic walls.
The regime's blockage of the Internet amid anti-government protests shows it will go to great lengths to maintain its image of strength.
Protesters across Yemen are demanding an end to the war that is ravaging the country, causing economic hardship and human suffering.