Monday, 21 September 2020

Smoke rises from the site of an explosion in Beirut's port area, Lebanon August 4, 2020. Two huge explosions rocked Lebanese capital Beirut on Tuesday, killing at least 78 people and injuring thousands of others. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

A man is evacuated at the site of an explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 4, 2020. The blasts rocked the Port of Beirut at around 18:10 local time (1610 GMT), shaking buildings all over the city while causing massive casualties and damage. The number of casualties were expected to rise as the counting continued. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

Smoke and damage are pictured following an explosion in Beirut's port area, Lebanon August 4, 2020. The causes of the blasts remained unknown, but Lebanese Interior Minister Mohammad Fahmi said that the explosive chemicals stored at the Port of Beirut may have caused the explosions. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

Firefighters spray water at a fire after an explosion was heard in Beirut, Lebanon August 4, 2020. Two huge explosions rocked Lebanese capital Beirut on Tuesday, killing at least 78 people and injuring thousands of others. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

People stand near damaged cars following an explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 4, 2020. The blasts rocked the Port of Beirut at around 18:10 local time (1610 GMT), shaking buildings all over the city while causing massive casualties and damage. The number of casualties were expected to rise as the counting continued. REUTERS/Issam Abdallah

Smoke rises after an explosion was heard in Beirut, Lebanon August 4, 2020. The causes of the blasts remained unknown, but Lebanese Interior Minister Mohammad Fahmi said that the explosive chemicals stored at the Port of Beirut may have caused the explosions. REUTERS/Issam Abdallah