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Beirut port blast: Investigation has stalled two years after deadly explosion

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Several more grain silos damaged by the 2020 Beirut port explosion collapsed Thursday, as hundreds marched toward them to mark the second anniversary of the disaster. The August 4, 2020 mega-blast killed more than 200 people and destroyed swathes of the Lebanese capital, after a stockpile of haphazardly stored ammonium nitrate fertiliser caught fire at the port. NGOs urged the UN Human Rights Council to launch an international investigation into the deadly Beirut port blast. FRANCE 24's Armen Georgian gives his analysis.

Added on the 04/08/2022 16:33:38 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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