Damaged buildings are seen after an explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 4, 2020, in this picture obtained from a social media video. A huge blast in port warehouses near central Beirut sent shockwaves that shattered windows, smashed masonry and shook the ground across the Lebanese capital on Tuesday. We Love Lebanon/Tony Wakim/via REUTERS

Smoke rises after an explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 4, 2020, in this picture obtained from a social media video. Video posted online by a resident of the city showed glass and debris littered throughout her apartment, with blown out windows throughout the building. Karim Sokhn/Instagram/Ksokhn + Thebikekitchenbeirut/via REUTERS

People run for cover following an explosion in Beirut's port area, Lebanon August 4, 2020. At least 78 people were killed by the explosion, with nearly 4,000 injured. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

A street and a building are seen following an explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 4, 2020, in this picture obtained from a social media video. A huge blast in port warehouses near central Beirut sent shockwaves that shattered windows, smashed masonry and shook the ground across the Lebanese capital on Tuesday. We Love Lebanon/Tony Wakim/via REUTERS

Damaged buildings are seen after an explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 4, 2020, in this picture obtained from a social media video. Video posted online by a resident of the city showed glass and debris littered throughout her apartment, with blown out windows throughout the building. We Love Lebanon/Tony Wakim/via REUTERS

A view shows damages at the site of an explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 4, 2020. At least 78 people were killed by the explosion, with nearly 4,000 injured. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir