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Lebanon: 'A day of anger and sadness' as Lebanon marks two years since Beirut mega-blast


Lebanon marked two years Thursday (August 4) since a massive explosion ripped through Beirut -- a grim anniversary marked by angry protests and the dramatic collapse of blast-damaged grain silos in a cloud of dust. FRANCE 24's Charbel Abboud tells us more.

Added on the 04/08/2022 17:35:06 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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