Lebanon humanitarian aid: Thousands in Beirut relying on foreign aid after devastating explosion

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  1. Gee let’s store explosive material on our ports next to our grain supply for several years. What could go wrong? Useless government.

  2. 1.5 million subscribers with 200 views, 6 likes and one comment in three hours. Your channel is just as fraudulent as the claim of the explosion being the only problem and casting a negative shadow on the sanctions. Belarusian Dictator Lukashenko is the problem. Burn in hell weasels at euronews.

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