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Lebanese ex-army chief testifies in Beirut port blast probe

BEIRUT (AP) β€” Lebanon’s former army chief told the lead investigator of last year’s massive Beirut port blast on Thursday that he had recommended, years before the explosion, that tons of seized ammonium nitrate stored there be sold privately or sent back to importers. The military had no use for the volatile chemical, testified Jean … Read more

Beirut Explosion, Trump On Twitter And Facebook, National Conventions : NPR

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: Rescue workers in Beirut are still hoping to find survivors in all of the rubble after that massive explosion at the city’s port. DAVID GREENE, HOST: Yeah. The death toll is now at least 137 with more than 5,000 wounded. Thousands of buildings across Beirut are damaged, and Lebanese officials have ordered … Read more

Beirut Explosion, Missouri Primary Upset, Overseas COVID-19 Relief Checks : NPR

NOEL KING, HOST: A massive explosion ripped through Beirut’s waterfront area yesterday. It was felt for miles. RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: Yeah. Just to give you a sense, the AP reports that the explosion had the force of a 3.5 magnitude earthquake. People living on the island of Cyprus, which is 150 miles away in the … Read more

Heart for Lebanon Responds to Beirut Explosion

NEWS PROVIDED BYHeart for LebanonAug. 5, 2020 BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.C., Aug. 5, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ — Heart for Lebanon, a non-denominational Christian organization, serving under resourced families and children in the country of Lebanon, is responding to the current crisis in Lebanon. The explosion at the port in Beirut equaled the force of a 3.5 … Read more

Beirut Blast: Middle East Christian TV Broadcaster Launches Special Programming

Satellite network SAT-7 offers reassurance, prayers with live program ‘Lebanon: The Pain and Hope’ HEALING AFTER BEIRUT BLAST: The only Arabic Christian television broadcaster in Lebanon is airing special live programming, reassuring shell-shocked viewers after an explosion in the capital Beirut killed at least 113 people and injured more than 4,000 yesterday. Satellite network SAT-7 … Read more