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Blast killed at least 160 people and wounded about 6,000.
The Beirut explosions ripped through a fragile society already struggling with a financial crisis and the coronavirus pandemic.
Israa Seblani said the shockwave from the blast nearly blew her off her feet.
Officials said there was no indication the explosion was intentional.
George Kettani, the head of Lebanon’s Red Cross, said: “What we are witnessing is a huge catastrophe. There are victims and casualties everywhere.”
Highly explosive material caused at least one of the blasts in the port of Lebanon's capital city, an official said.
Another loss for Trump.
Now that's global solidarity.
BEIRUT, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Intense air strikes resumed in rebel-held districts of eastern Aleppo after a weeks-long pause