Chinese peacekeepers help clear 60,000 square meters of explosion ruins in Beirut

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    For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-10-11/China-helps-clear-60-000-square-meters-of-explosion-ruins-in-Beirut-UuZ6jjVSBG/index.html The Chinese peacekeeping force in Lebanon joined counterparts from France, Spain, Cambodia, and other nations in completing the demolition of damaged buildings and recycling of nearly 60,000-square meters of ruins at the Port of Beirut. In around one week, the peacekeeping forces finished their mission to locate and protect cultural relics in urban historical sites as well as clean up roads.

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