UPDATE (19:40 CEST): Both Israel and Hezbollah denied responsibility for two massive explosions in Beirut. According to media authorities are considering a version that the explosion was caused by some confiscated materials that were stored in the port area.
On August 4, two major explosions rocked the port of the Lebanese capital of Beirut causing the large-scale devastation wreaked in the surrounding area and multiple casualties.
The estimated number of casualties is already over 100 people.
A large number of buildings, including offices and apartments, were damaged or completely destroyed. According to social media reports, the incident may have been caused by the explosion of a fireworks storage.
Nonetheless, authorities are yet to officially reveal the cause of the incident.
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