More than 60 people are still missing four days after a massive explosion in Beirut on Tuesday, a Lebanese health ministry official says.
Mayors of Iran’s major cities have conveyed their heartfelt condolences to the mayor of the Lebanese capital of Beirut, where a colossal explosion killed nearly 140 people and injured thousands of others earlier this week.
Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has urged an impartial investigation into the blast that rocked Beirut on Tuesday.
The United Nations said Friday it was urgently trying to get food, aid and medical equipment to Beirut following the devastating explosion that ripped apart the Lebanese capital’s port.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun says no colonial power can return to Lebanon, following a trip by French President Emmanuel Macron to disaster-stricken Beirut that sparked outrage among the Lebanese.
Lebanese people have taken to the social media to vent their anger at French President Emmanuel Macron over his uninvited visit to Lebanon and his "colonial mentality" by calling for a new political pact and reportedly threatening the country's leaders.
Russia's ministry of emergencies deployed a field hospital in the blast-stricken capital of Lebanon on Thursday.
Doctors Without Borders, known as MSF, has likened the humanitarian fallout of the recent massive explosion in Beirut to that of Lebanon's civil war, which lasted for 15 years.
French President Emmanuel Macron has asked for a “new political pact” among the Lebanese groups in flagrant interference in the West Asian country’s internal affairs just two days after a devastating blast gutted out the Beirut port.
Lebanese Foreign Minister Charbel Wehbe says the government has given four days to an investigative committee probing the massive explosion that ripped through the capital, Beirut, to determine responsibility for the devastating disaster.