Beirut rocked by massive explosion leaving a 'very high number' of people injured
A massive explosion has just rocked Beirut, as captured in a number of shocking videos from the scene. The capital of Lebanon on Tuesday was hit by a huge explosion that caused damage for miles and left an unknown number of people injured, The Associated Press reports . Numerous staggering videos quickly emerged on social media showing the blast. Stunning video shows explosions just minutes ago...
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Miles from the scene of the blast, balconies were knocked down, ceiling collapsed and windows were shattered. The cause of the blast was not immediately clear. It came at a time when Lebanon is passing through its worst economic and financial crisis in decades.
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