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  1. Videos show devastated Beirut, reduced to broken glass, rubble and billowing smoke. In the hours after the explosion, an orange hue could be seen in the sky — the chemical aftermath of the compound behind the blast. Devika Desai More from Devika Desai.
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  3. Beirut barracks bombings, terrorist bombing attacks against U.S. and French armed forces in Beirut on October 23, that claimed lives. The attacks, which took place amid the sectarian conflict of the extremely damaging Lebanese civil war (–90), hastened the removal of the international peacekeeping force from Lebanon in.
  4. Aug 06,  · '83 Strike on Lebanon: Hard Lessons for U.S. By Bernard E. Trainor, which came only six weeks after American servicemen were killed in the bombing of their barracks in Beirut, remains.
  5. s Aftermath of the explosions, showing the destroyed grain silo to the left and the flooded blast crater to the right Date 4 August () Time EEST ( UTC) (second explosion) Venue Port of Beirut Location Beirut, Lebanon Coordinates 33°54′05″N 35°31′08″E  /  °N °E  / ; Type Ammonium nitrate explosion Cause Fire.
  6. If you're wondering why "Beirut" is trending and why there's so much talk of explosions on your feed, don't blow it off and scroll past it. You gotta watch. It honestly looks like CGI it's so big, like too big and too scary to NOT be a scene from a new 24 reboot (like episode 1 where a small-scale nuclear weapon goes off and now Jack Bauer has.
  7. Beirut blasts may be due to old explosive material at port: Security official The explosion killed and wounded dozens of people, shaking buildings and sending huge plumes of smoke billowing into.
  8. The Multinational Force in Lebanon (MNF) was an international peacekeeping force created in August following an U.S.-brokered ceasefire between the PLO and Israel to end their involvement in the conflict between Lebanon's pro-government and pro-Syrian factions. The ceasefire held until June 3, when the Abu Nidal Organization attempted to assassinate Shlomo Argov, Israel's.

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