2. Coffin being brought out of mosque, covered in Lebanese flag
3. Coffin being carried to car for burial
4. Various of women outside mosque crying
5. Coffin placed in car
6. Various of hundreds of people marching during funeral possession
7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Katas Khoury, Opposition Parliament Member:
"This is a major catastrophe. The government has dealt with this with the utmost negligence and the chiefs of security should all resign completely and there should be an independent investigation by an international tribunal."
8. Sign reading "Down with the security and intelligence state''''
In Lebanon a new anti-government protest began on Thursday at the funeral of a man whose body was found 17 days after the massive explosion in downtown Beirut that killed former prime minister Rafiq Al-Hariri.
The body of Abdel-Hamid Ghalayini was discovered at the site of the blast on Wednesday.
The discovery of his body of brings the death toll in the February 14 bombing to 18.
Ghalayini''s anguished family raged at the government on Wednesday for its negligence, suggesting he could have lived if they had found him earlier.
Ghalayini''s body was recovered under a thin layer of debris across the street from the Saint Georges Hotel, near where the powerful explosion tore through the motorcade of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
His family was at the site when his body was recovered. They had urged authorities to look for him since the day of the explosion, and began a sit-in at the site Tuesday to pressure authorities.
Ghalayini''s daughter said her father was buried under just 10 centimetres (about 4 inches) of rubble, adding that the corpse was complete, unburned and there was no blood.
She said the family was waiting for the coroner''s report on the cause and time of death.
A police statement denied any negligence. It said the site had been searched with police dogs but that the work had to be done carefully so as to preserve the scene of the crime pending the arrival of U.N. investigators.
The U.N. team arrived last week. Security officials said they were searching the site on Wednesday when they spotted Ghalayini''s protruding shirt and called civil defence workers.
There has been no final, official word on what caused the blast.
The Hariri family and the opposition have repeatedly called for a thorough investigation.
An opposition member of parliament, Katas Khoury, repeated those calls at the funeral and said Lebanon''s security chiefs should resign.