At nearly 6 o'clock on a hot August day in 2020, a warehouse in Beirut port suddenly burst into flames. Nine firefighters and a medical staff were dispatched immediately after being reported. When they tried to open the warehouse door unsuccessfully, two fires broke out.
The explosions occurred one after another, less than popular database a minute apart. In an instant, pedestrians, drivers, shops, hospitals, offices and homes within a six-mile radius of the warehouse were affected; Cyprus, an island country off the west coast, can feel it. 1 2 3 » Read the full text Don't want to paginate? Try our new service you may also like
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