A year since the blast | Lebanon remembers the events of the blast in Beirut

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t has been a year since the devastating blast in Beirut, Lebanon, which allegedly is the largest non-nuclear explosion in history. Over 200 people were killed by it and one baby was born at that very moment. Human rights groups condemn the Lebanese government for ‘obstructing’ the investigation of the accident.

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