One year after the Beirut blast, families of the victims are still seeking justice | 7.30

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Almost a year ago Lebanon was plunged into crisis when the massive explosion of almost 3,000 tonnes of fertiliser stored at the port of Beirut devastated the nation’s largest city.

So far no senior official has been held to account for the safety failures.

Michael Vincent reports with the assistance of producer Cherine Yazbeck.

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