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Beirut: 52 containers of hazardous materials from the harbor awaiting removal

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Last November, Lebanon signed a $3.6 million contract with German company Combi Lift for the removal of “hazardous flammable materials”. They were stored in the port of Beirut, which witnessed a horrific explosion months ago that killed at least 137 people and injured more than 6,500, and severely damaged the country’s main port and several neighborhoods in the capital. The Lebanese Minister of Public Works and Transport, Michel Najjar, announced on Tuesday that there were exactly 52 containers of hazardous materials in the port. Following a meeting chaired by President Michel Aoun to discuss conditions at Beirut port, Najjar said…

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