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Lebanon detains 16 people over deadly Beirut blast as the country's leaders face rage

SBS Thursday, 6 August 2020
Sixteen staff members at Beirut's port, the site of a massive explosion, have been detained over the deadly blast that devastated large parts of the city, a military prosecutor said on Thursday.
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News video: Beirut residents protest against country's leaders

Beirut residents protest against country's leaders 00:43

Lebanese protesters clashed with police late on Thursday as they tried toapproach government buildings in central Beirut. Police responded with teargas and dispersed the crowd.

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