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Two pictures of Beirut here...the horrific destruction and the amazing volunteers doing the cleanup.
It was the country’s own government that brought Beirut to its knees.
The government’s resignation comes in the face of mounting backlash after an explosion at the capital’s port left at least 200 people dead.
The president, on Tuesday evening, called the explosion a “terrible attack.”
Thoughts on yesterday's terrible explosion in Beirut, and what exactly is going on with the Biden campaign's search for a VP, and the Kansas primary.
Hundreds have been reported missing, raising fears that the death toll will be much larger, health minister Hamad Hassan said.
Massive explosions that rocked the city of Beirut on Tuesday were fueled by a 2,750-ton shipment of ammonium nitrate that had been stored in port since 2013, Lebanon's prime minister announced.