Five people have been wounded by gunfire in southern Beirut, after a night of tension following the funeral of an intelligence official killed by a car bomb.
Local media said the army closed several roads around Tariq al-Jadida, a Sunni Muslim district near Shi'ite suburbs in the south of the city.
Residents said they hear heavy overnight gunfire around the area.
There has been violence in the Lebanese capital Beirut today following the funeral of a security chief whose death many blame on Syria.
For the people of Beirut, Friday's car explosion is a bloody and terrifying throwback to the bad old days of civil war.