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Beirut blast: 5 Indians suffered minor injuries, says MEA

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Beirut blast: 5 Indians suffered minor injuries, says MEA

Beirut blast: 5 Indians suffered minor injuries, says MEA

Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava on August 06 said that five Indians suffered minor injuries in Beirut blast.

He said, "We have sought an assessment on damage from Lebanon, on its basis we will decide the nature of assistance that we will extend to them.

There have been no reported casualties among Indians, only 5 minor injuries."


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