Syria's civil war appears to be spilling into neighboring Lebanon.
An Associated Press photographer reportedly saw dozens of gunmen roaming the streets of a mostly Sunni neighborhood of Beirut Monday.
State-run media reported that at least two people have been killed in clashes in Beirut and other parts of the country overnight. More than a dozen others were wounded.
Tensions are rising in Lebanon between those who support and oppose Syria's President Bashar al-Assad.
On Friday, a Lebanese brigadier general, who challenged Syria, was killed in a car bomb in East Beirut.