The Latest on the fallout from the U.S. decision to declare Jerusalem Israels capital (all times local):

11:20 a.m.

Scores of Lebanese and Palestinian demonstrators have clashed with security forces outside the U.S. Embassy in Beirut over President Donald Trumps decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israels capital.

The protesters gathered hundreds of meters (yards) away from the embassy on Sunday, where they burned an effigy of Trump, U.S. and Israeli flags, as well as piles of garbage, sending plumes of smoke into the air. As they hurled stones, security forces responded with tear gas and water cannons.

The U.S. decision has ignited protests across the Middle East, where it is widely seen as a blatantly pro-Israel move that threatens the decades-old peace process.

Lebanon is home to 450,000 Palestinian refugees, nearly 10 percent of the population.

11:15 a.m.

Israels prime minister says he is ready to defend President Donald Trumps recognition of Jerusalem as Israels capital against its European critics.

Upon leaving on a diplomatic mission to Paris and Brussels late Saturday, Netanyahu said he will present...