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Post Date: 7th Aug, 2020 - 11:26pm / Post ID: #

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Beirut explosion caused by negligence or 'external' missile, Lebanese president said. Lebanese President Michel Aoun says there are two possibilities behind Tuesday’s blast - either negligence or “external intervention” by a missile or a bomb. Aoun said Friday that he asked France for satellite images to see if there were warplanes or missiles in the air at the time of the blast. The blast is believed to have been caused when a fire touched off 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate stored at the port. The cause of the initial fire is not known. Ref. USAToday.

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8th Aug, 2020 - 3:37am / Post ID: #

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There are some photos on the internet that are circulating trying to push that it was a missile attack or it was dropped by planes.


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Post Date: 10th Aug, 2020 - 4:07pm / Post ID: #

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Photo shows country on the brink. Protests have erupted across Lebanon, as disdain for the country’s government grows following the deadly explosion. Source 4w.



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10th Aug, 2020 - 5:01pm / Post ID: #

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So many homeless and dead this is expected. If this was a natural disaster the evidence would be different but simple negligence is angering. Watch, the government might try to spin that this was an attack from another country or terrorist group.


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Post Date: 28th Dec, 2021 - 12:17pm / Post ID: #

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'We do the police's job': Protecting Lebanon's most lawless towns. With the Lebanese state in crisis, some unlikely characters are imposing law and order in one of the country’s most neglected regions. Source 2q.

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