The Lebanese Army are on the streets of Tripoli this morning after overnight clashes killed one Syrian man, according to local reports. Eight people have now died in the city in sporadic violent outbursts prompted by the death of senior intelligence officer Wissam al-Hassan.
Al-Hassan was strongly opposed to the Syrian regime, and his supporters, many of them Sunni Muslims, blame Damascus for the killing.
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.