Massive explosion rocks Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon | DW News

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Around a dozen people have been injured in southern Lebanon after a huge explosion rocked a Palestinian refugee camp in the port city of Tyre. Unconfirmed reports indicate that there have been casualties.

Lebanese media say the blast occurred at a weapons depot of the Palestinian militant group Hamas inside the camp. Security sources say a fire triggered by the explosion has now been brought under control.

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