Lebanon’s caretaker prime minister on Friday condemned overnight violence in the city of Tripoli, where protesters angry over a strict lockdown clashed with security forces and set the municipality building on fire.  Thursday was the fourth straight night of unrest in one of Lebanon’s poorest cities, after the government imposed a 24-hour curfew to curb a COVID-19 surge that has killed more than 2,500 people. “The criminals who set the municipality on fire and attempted to burn the court … represent a black hatred for Tripoli,” Hassan Diab said in a statement. “The challenge now is in defeating these criminals by arresting them one by […]