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Adrian Harewood
News Anchor, CBC Ottawa News @ 6. Host of Our Ottawa, weekly TV current affairs magazine. Adjunct Prof .
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Adrian Harewood 41m
Ottawa's Lebanese community watches Beirut explosion in horror, from afar | CBC News
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SkyNews 2h
BREAKING: Sky News understands the UK government will deploy emergency medical staff and search and rescue teams to Beirut after a large explosion has caused devastation. Read more:
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CNN International 2h
The Russian government is sending five planes of medical equipment and a team of doctors to set up a field hospital in Beirut to help the city in the aftermath of yesterday's explosion, according to Russia's TASS news agency.
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Gregg Carlstrom 4h
State of my flat in Beirut. And all the flats in my building, the hospital across the street, the whole area. Glass and debris still falling off buildings. Entire neighborhood just devastated.
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AFP news agency 6h
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VIDEO: Beirut awakens after deadly blast. Beirut awakes to the aftermath of two enormous explosions that ripped through Beirut's port, killing at least 100 people and injuring thousands
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Volunteer rescuers and firefighters from Palestinian refugee camps searching for survivors in the Beirut rubble.
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Quentin Sommerville 6h
A BBC colleague was conducting an interview when the explosion hit. All our staff are safe and accounted for.
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Bill Neely 15h
BREAKING: Lebanese Prime Minister says explosions caused by an estimated 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate left unsecured for 6 years in a warehouse. He vows to punish officials responsible. 50+ dead, 3,000 injured, hospitals overwhelmed.
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Ragıp Soylu 2h
Devastation in Beirut: • 300,000 Lebanese have become homeless • $3 to 5 billion material lose • Less than a month of grain in stocks • Medical stockpiles destroyed, number of hospitals damaged • 90% of hotels can no longer be used • More than 100 dead, 4000 wounded
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AFP news agency 1h
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The blast that tore through Lebanon's capital with the force of an earthquake, killing more than 100 people and injuring over 4,000, resulted from the ignition of a huge depot of ammonium nitrate at Beirut's port, officials say. Here is what we know so far
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Adrian Harewood 6h
A MUST READ about how the prized uranium of was used and the people abused to advance the interests of Western powers from WWII, through the and until today.
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Adrian Harewood 7h
Replying to @fght_forurights
Thanks so much.
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Replying to @RileyRo04292875
Thank You.
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Replying to @alenzo25
Thanks.
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Replying to @GangaWignarajah
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Replying to @KandPtrail
Thanks Ken.
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Replying to @CMAinYGK
Thanks Chris. I appreciate this.
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Raffy Boudjikanian 9h
My birthplace hasn't really been the "Suisse de l'Orient," not in my lifetime anyway. But here's Beirut from last time I visited, in 2015, versus today.
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Nahlah Ayed 14h
Lebanese already outraged by the negligence and corruption that is decimating Lebanon will be furious.
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Bel Trew 17h
Replying to @Beltrew
I’m walking through streets strewn with shattered glass in a black out - with injured people stumbling about and ambulances wailing. Hospital staff pulling bodies out of gutted hospital one of 3 out of commission. The damage is staggering - how will bounce back?
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