Beirut, one year later August 4, 2021 Remembering the victims of the Beirut Port Explosion

by Livia Alix August. 15, 2021 54 views

Over 200 people died and thousands were injured when close to 3,000 tons of illegaly stored ammonium nitrate exploded in the port of Beirut on 4 August, 2020.  The blast destoyed several neighborhoods, displacing 300,000 people and was felt as far as the Island of Cyprus.

Over 200 people died and thousands were injured when close to 3,000 tons of illegaly stored ammonium nitrate exploded in the port of Beirut on 4 August, 2020. The blast destoyed several neighborhoods, displacing 300,000 people and was felt as far as the Island of Cyprus.

Large billboards denouncing political negligence & corruption, which the majority of Lebanese conisder responsible for the blast.

Large billboards denouncing political negligence & corruption, which the majority of Lebanese conisder responsible for the blast.

Debris from the blast, one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in bistory.

Debris from the blast, one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in bistory.

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