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PHOTO GALLERY: Lebanon's capital wakes up to massive explosion


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Lebanese citizens gather at the scene of a blast in Beirut
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Lebanese army investigators in white coverall inspect at the scene of an explosion in central Beirut
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Lebanese firefighters extinguish burned vehicles at the scene of an explosion in Beirut
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Lebanese firefighters extinguish burned vehicles at the scene of an explosion in Beirut
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People run to help a wounded man as smoke rises from the site of an explosion in Beirut's
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A security personnel fires his pistol as smoke rises from the site of an explosion in Beirut
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Construction workers carry their colleague who was injured at the scene of an explosion in Beirut
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A Lebanese Army soldier stands next to a destroyed car at the scene of an explosion in central Beirut
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Lebanese security forces and firefighters gather at the scene of an explosion in central Beirut
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Lebanese security forces and firefighters gather next to destroyed vehicles at the scene of an explosion in central Beirut
Dec
27

A strong explosion in the Lebanese capital Beirut on Friday led to the death of Mohamed Chatah, ex-senior advisor of former premier Saad Hariri, destroying 6 buildings, 14 shops and 42 cars

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