A armed man Imported at the branch of the Federal Bank of Beirutcapital of Lebanon, and has took the employees and some customers of the branch hostage. He also brought one can of petrol with which he threatens to set the bank building on fire. Barricaded in the offices, the man asks for his money, i about 210 thousand dollars US dollars deposited into your account on which has no access since 2019. In fact, in order to cope with a serious crisis in the financial system, the government has to freeze of most bills in heavy currency, euros or dollars.
The video shows two of the police officers gathered outside the building trying to convince him to abandon the weapon and free the hostages. But the man shouts: Â «give me my money backTOT”. So far, only one elder has been released. Meanwhile, at the gates of the bank, in the very central Via Hamra, she gathered… a crowd to express solidarity to the kidnapper. Among them also the brother from the man who told local television: “Our father is dying in the hospital and we don’t know how to pay for his treatment.”
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