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Luna Safwan - لونا صفوان 3h
Heartbroken, we are watch the last goodbyes for Sahar Fares, a 25 year old woman who was a part of the civil defense unit, the first responders' group who arrived to the Beirut port to extinguish the first fire. She was the only woman with the group.
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Paul Flinn 11h
" Previously unknown footage of yesterday’s explosion in the port of Beirut. Residents who filmed this video died The photo shows all that remains of grain elevator in the port The explosion destroyed warehouses with medicine and grain" ---- AzazelNews
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camila 10h
If any of u can donate any amount you can today, pls help reach kids & families in who urgently need our support - we are all one human family 🌎❤️
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Mohamad Ali Harissi 52m
Macron to Lebanese citizens in a blast hit area: I will propose a new political pact in lebanon, and I will be back in September 1, and if they can't do it, I'll take my political responsibility-
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Sarah Abdallah 7h
The blast has left: - 135 people dead - 5,000 injured - 80 missing - 300,000 homeless - and the port of Beirut (which is the main economic lifeline of Lebanon) completely destroyed. It’s beyond overdue that the US government lifts its criminal sanctions on now.
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Kareem Chehayeb | كريم 1h
About 100 volunteers cleaning up Gemmayze Street in crowd around French President Macron, chanting “the people deand the fall of the regime” and “President Michel Aoun is a terrorist.”
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Mohamad Ali Harissi 1h
Macron to residents: I will propose a new political pact for this afternoon!!
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Development Canada 14h
🇨🇦 is providing up to $5M in humanitarian assistance, with an initial $1.5M going immediately to trusted partners on the ground including , via , to help meet the urgent needs of people affected by the tragic .
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Sarah Abdallah 12h
We’d rather Israel end its illegal occupation of our villages, quit incessantly threatening to bomb , and stop violating ’s sovereignty every single day.
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freezerohedge 2h
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John Cope 17h
The comparison between what happened in with a similar explosion in New York City or London is brutal & sobering
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Maria Abi-Habib 16h
This is my old house in Beirut. I raised my first child here and it’s less than a mile away from port explosion. I would have lived there if I didn’t move in 2018. My former landlady just sent this to me. Complete shock.
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SANTOSH💞💥 7h
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Shaman🦋 10h
The Firefighters who responded for the first explosion Sadly , the second explosion took them all😔 HEROES NEVER DIE !!
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P!nk 14h
Keeping 's children and families in my thoughts after yesterday's devastating explosions. Right now, 's teams are on the ground, working with partners and authorities to get help where it's needed most. To support UNICEF's work visit here:
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Blimey! It’s Swell! 😷 11h
This interactive slider of is something else.
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Infocus News 8h
Beirut explosion: death toll rises to 135 as about 5,000 people are wounded – as it happened
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Cllr Ross McMullan 15h
In solidarity and love from Belfast to . 🇱🇧
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Luna Safwan - لونا صفوان 39m
French president visits a damaged part of specifically Gemayze street, welcomed by Lebanese with claps and pro-revolution & chants. He stood with locals & listened to what they had to say. Not 1 Lebanese politician did that.
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human 36m
now this is scary!!
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