Beirut port blast: Victims continue to fight for justice • FRANCE 24 English

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Crisis-hit Lebanon marks two years Thursday (August 4) since a massive explosion ripped through Beirut, with victims’ relatives planning protest marches as they keep demanding truth and justice.

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