Beirut blast: What are Lebanon’s immediate needs?

Lebanon is still reeling from Tuesday’s explosion in the port of Beirut – a further tragedy on top of the severe political, economic and health crises racking the country. What are Lebanon’s immediate needs? Dom Hunt, Humanitarian Policy Advisor, was France 24 guest.

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