Anger gives way to grief : A photojournalist’s experience covering the 2020 Beirut explosion

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Anger gives way to grief : A photojournalist’s experience covering the 2020 Beirut explosion” – below is their description.

    In the second video of this eight part series ‘The full picture’, award-winning photojournalist Rick Findler shares the stories behind the photographs.

    Just 39 hours after the colossal explosion which ripped through the city of Beirut, Rick was following SARAID, a British emergency response team through the devastation. Whilst in Lebanon Rick also focussed on the repercussions of the blast, including the violent protests that erupted, as well as the toll it was having on those affected.

    To watch the other videos in this series visit the playlist ‘The Full Picture’ or set up your notifications so you never miss an episode.

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