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Disabled by Beirut port blast, survivors long for support and justice


Disabled survivors of the devastating blast at Beirut's port in 2020 -- one of history's biggest non-nuclear explosions -- say that cash-strapped Lebanon has failed to deliver adequate medical care, financial support or justice.

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