Lebanon, the reasons dune implosion - The Point

The port of Beirut has disappeared. It has been replaced by a huge crater of 43 metres deep and a forest of debris, which still escape the clouds of smoke. A we

Lebanon, the reasons dune implosion - The Point

The port of Beirut has disappeared. It has been replaced by a huge crater of 43 metres deep and a forest of debris, which still escape the clouds of smoke. A week after the double explosion that devastated a large part of the capital, a thick veil of greyish disorder, yet the view from the balcony of Nahla Nassif Debs. The veranda, which was protecting her salon is no more. She literally exploded under the double blast. " I've had a lot of luck, tirelessly repeated this pédodentiste 60 years of age, who lives in the district of Achrafieh, a few hundred meters from the beach...

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