in Germany, Too, camped out, apparently, over a longer period of time, larger quantities of ammonium nitrate on behalf of the Lebanese terrorist militia Hezbollah. The "time reported" in may, citing a paper of the Federal Ministry of the interior, dated to the end of March. Accordingly, between 2012 and 2016, ammonium nitrate-containing cold packs in the premises of a freight forwarding company in the South of Germany had.
That Fund, founded by the German Federal government adopted ban on the Hezbollah. According to the report, the German authorities themselves do not matter but the stock. The Israeli foreign intelligence service Mossad had delivered crucial information, reported the times, citing Israeli media. Also the "Times of Israel" wrote in the beginning of may, the Mossad did Germany media reports, according to information about warehouses in the South of the country, where Hezbollah stored hundreds of kilograms of ammonium nitrate. The substance is used, among other things, for the manufacture of explosives. Whether and to what extent supporters of Hezbollah in Germany have access to ammonium nitrate, is unclear. It is suspected that the substance might have triggered the devastating Explosion at the port in Beirut.US Secretary of defense speaks to the Explosion in Lebanon by accident
The devastating Explosion in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, has been, according to the assessment of US Secretary of defense Mark Esper, an accident. The available information allowed, no definitive picture of the "majority," said sources from the competition of an accident, Esper on Wednesday. "Of course it is a tragedy." The US government is in talks with Lebanon, to see how the US could help, said Esper via Video at the Aspen Forum for security policy.
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