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By Kareem Chehayeb, Associated Press
A large section of Beirut's giant port grain silos, shredded by a massive explosion two years ago, has collapsed as hundreds marched in the Lebanese capital to mark the second anniversary of the blast that killed scores.
By Bassem Mroue, Associated Press
Demonstrators gathered Tuesday outside the home of Lebanon's caretaker interior minister demanding an end to what they say is obstruction of the investigation into one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history.
By Sarah El Deeb, Fay Abuelgasim, Associated Press
It's been six months since a massive fertilizer explosion at the Port of Beirut tore through the city, leaving hundreds dead and catastrophic destruction. Lebanon was already mired in a deep economic crisis before the blast, and is now experiencing…
By Leila Molana-Allen
It wasn’t clear what caused the raging fire that broke out Thursday afternoon and covered the city with dark smoke and toxic fumes for hours, as fire fighters and army helicopters struggled to bring it under control.
By Associated Press
In our news wrap Friday, the World Health Organization warned vaccines for the novel coronavirus may not be widely available until mid-2021. The agency said it would not recommend any vaccine until its safety was proven -- and stressed distribution…
The explosion at the Port of Beirut on August 4th has resulted in deep human suffering and massive destruction to the Lebanese capital. But local volunteers asking for direct aid say it has also revealed a deeper and more devastating…
By Jane Ferguson
It has been nearly three weeks since an enormous explosion at Beirut’s port tore through the city. With Lebanon already suffering from food scarcity, economic collapse and the coronavirus pandemic, the blast turned a grim situation to dire crisis. In…
By Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press
Iran's top diplomat is accusing Western countries of taking advantage of Beirut's massive explosion last week that killed and injured thousands to dictate their own policies on Lebanon.
It has been one week since an earth-shattering explosion ripped through Beirut, killing at least 220 and injuring thousands more. Since then, Lebanese have experienced sadness, rage and recrimination, with many blaming the blast on decades of government corruption and…
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