Clashes during the protest in Beirut on 1st anniversary of port blast

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Chaos hit Beirut, Lebanon, as thousands of protesters rallied the city’s streets on the 1st anniversary of the port blast, angry that no one has been punished for the massive explosion. Dozens of people were reportedly injured in the riot.

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