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Relatives of victim of the Beirut port explosion protest

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Beirut, Feb 19 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Wael Hamzeh) Relatives of the victims of the Beirut port explosion protested on Friday in front of the Palace of Justice, after a Lebanese court decided on Thursday to relieve the judge in charge of the investigation of the explosion from his post.The blast caused in August more than 200 deaths and left more than 6,500 injured in Beirut.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTEST.

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