Massive explosion in Beirut

Massive explosion in Beirut

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: People gather around a damaged ship after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosion in Beirut Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosion in Beirut Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosion in Beirut Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosion in Beirut Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosion in Beirut Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Damaged buildings are seen after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. Lebanese police chief reported that explosions took place in warehouse containing explosives that had previously been seized. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. Lebanese police chief reported that explosions took place in warehouse containing explosives that had previously been seized. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. Lebanese police chief reported that explosions took place in warehouse containing explosives that had previously been seized. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. Lebanese police chief reported that explosions took place in warehouse containing explosives that had previously been seized. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. Lebanese police chief reported that explosions took place in warehouse containing explosives that had previously been seized. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. Lebanese police chief reported that explosions took place in warehouse containing explosives that had previously been seized. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosion in Beirut Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: A man is seen at the debris of a building after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosion in Beirut Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosion in Beirut Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. Lebanese police chief reported that explosions took place in warehouse containing explosives that had previously been seized. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. Lebanese police chief reported that explosions took place in warehouse containing explosives that had previously been seized. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

Massive explosions in Beirut, Lebanon Fotoğraf: Houssam Shbaro

BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 4: Smoke rises after a fire at a warehouse with explosives at the Port of Beirut led to massive blasts in Beirut, Lebanon on August 4, 2020. A large number of people were reportedly injured in the blasts, while former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri -- who lives near the area of the explosions -- is said to be unharmed, according to initial reports. Lebanese police chief reported that explosions took place in warehouse containing explosives that had previously been seized. ( Houssam Shbaro - Anadolu Agency )

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