Three hundred thousand people are struggling to access clean water and sanitation.
Prime Minister Hassan Diab just announced his government's resignation, amid fury over Beirut explosion.
Citizens in Beirut are removing debris, rescuing trapped victims, and counting the corpses while they wait for a government response.
The explosion in Lebanon has reignited fears among residents of Newcastle, NSW, where a huge chemical plant sits within three kilometres of the CBD.
“I found my house completely destroyed. The windows and doors were all broken.”
'Hang Up the Nooses': Anger Grows in Lebanon Over Revelations Officials Ignored Chemical Stockpile Warnings
The Lebanese government is accused of failing to heed six warnings to act on the 2,750-ton stash of ammonium nitrate.
At least 100 people have been confirmed dead, and nearly 4,000 injured by blasts in the Lebanese capital yesterday.
“It's wildly irresponsible for a president to stand at the [White House] podium and spitball about an international incident like this," one former national security official said.
The explosion was reportedly felt as far away as Cyprus, some 150 miles away.
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“I've reached a dead end,” Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri said after 13 days of massive protests.
People set aside their usual sectarian divisions to unite for now week-long demonstrations. Here's what two photographers have seen.