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The Lebanese Army finds Firework Cache at Beirut Port


The Lebanese army said it had found 1.3 tons of fireworks during a search of Beirut port, which was devastated last month in a huge blast that was blamed on a large quantity of highly explosive ammonium nitrate. The army’s general command said in a statement, released on its website on Friday, that 1,320 kilograms of fireworks were found in 120 boxes in a warehouse during a search of the port. It said army engineers disposed of them. “As part of the reconnaissance and detection work by Army units at Beirut port, 1,320 kg of fireworks in 120 cartons were…

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