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Powerful explosion rocks Lebanon’s capital Beirut, thousands injured

At least 25 people were killed and around 2,500 others injured when a powerful explosion rocked Beirut's port. Buildings were destroyed and windows shattered, with dozens of Red Cross teams racing to the scene.

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