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Hachem Yassine
Sep 13: a vessel with 2,750 tons of Ammonium Nitrate entered the Beirut port. Oct 15: "the port authorities discharged the cargo onto the port’s warehouses. The vessel and cargo remain to date in port awaiting auctioning and/or proper disposal."
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Hachem Yassine Aug 4
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Hachem Yassine Aug 5
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Derpet2020logist Aug 4
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It’s been there 7 years?
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Hachem Yassine Aug 4
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They kept them for at least 2 years (date of report). We don't know what happened after. Reports in local news are saying it's been there for 6 years... So it could be that it's been left (or a portion of it) that long.
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T Aug 4
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Page not foud!
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Thomas Sundbäck Aug 4
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But that’s 2013?
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Dustin Aug 5
Exactly, it’s been sitting near the port for 6-7 years
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Ⓥincent "';DROP TABLE ssn;--" ⓋanGoF*ckYoself Aug 4
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Ayut. That’s a big one. For comparison, Oklahoma City was ~4800 pounds, so roughly 2.25 tons.
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