A leading anti-Syrian Lebanese politician, Pierre Gemayel, has been assassinated in Beirut.
The attack took place in the mainly Christian suburb of Sin el-Fil, a political stronghold of Mr Gemayel.
Blood stained the seats of Mr Gemayel's car. He died of gunshot wounds in hospital.
Troops poured into the streets after the latest in a series of attacks targeting anti-Syrian politicians in the country.
News of the attack left his supporters angry and upset, with many gathering at the hospital where Mr Gemayel was pronounced dead.
There were angry scenes on the streets, where suspicions of Syrian involvement led some to attack symbols of Damascus, including taxi drivers.
Others simply took out their frustrations any way they could.
As night fell, police began gathering evidence at the scene of the attack.