Lebanon government resigns after deadly Beirut blast

| 11.08,20. 02:54 AM |


Lebanon government resigns after deadly Beirut blast




Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hassan Diab announced on Monday the resignation of his government after a powerful Beirut port explosion sparked public uproar against the country’s leaders.

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