Fighting has continued in Lebanon between pro and anti-Syrian regime militants in Tripoli.
At least two people are said to have been killed on Sunday, raising the total to more than 14 dead in a week and more than 140 wounded.
Tensions have been running high since a group of Sunni Muslim Lebanese and Palestinian gunmen from the area were killed by Syrian security forces in a Syrian border town.
Funerals have been held for at least three of the victims from the group which appears to have joined the insurgency against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Militants from northern Lebanon had long been suspected of entering neighbouring Syria, but the killing of the gunmen has reignited Tripoli’s long simmering tensions.