Marking One Year Since Deadly Explosion In Beirut, Lebanon 1

Marking One Year Since Deadly Explosion In Beirut, Lebanon

 

NBC News' Molly Hunter reports from Beirut, Lebanon.
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29 comments

    1. @Mike Barry He’s a professional, only they are that fast. Maybe AI, basic propaganda tools.

  1. Tribal political curruption, nasrallah playing the religious ideologues to the tee… Good luck making a difference.

  2. What? no way its been a year already. Time goes by faster every year. Only 4 months left of 2021

    1. @Caston Young right can’t get anything done, by the time you get anything done it’s time for dinner

    2. @Caston Young , a day is 24 hours. The circumference of the earth is 25,000 miles at the equator. So every day is moving slightly less than 1,000 miles per hour.

    3. @Marquis Williams
      I’ve felt this way ever since I was twelve, but only now do I hear other people voicing their complaints. My only guess is that because of Covid19, people are staying home much more often. This of course implies that I’ve just had a very un-eventful life since I was twelve. 🙁 Having Asperger’s though I’ve never had many if any friends, and I don’t go out every weekend. Perhaps its true, and with less events to remember it all just goes by much quicker. But there’s nothing I can do to make it stop. I’ve tried, but my options only become more, not less limited.

  3. Another failed government promising security and safety yet not doing the bare minimums rofl. Worthless.

  4. Regulations regulations regulations regulations regulations…. This is how they usually come about…

  5. I have pictures of my parents and grandparents in Lebanon before the wars and fighting in the 60s i think it was so beautiful the city was amazing but now it may as well be a different planet you can’t even recognize it

  6. It’s going to eventually be released that this explosion, and the one in Iran (both on old amonium nitrate sites within weeks of each other) were carried out by Trump’s military with the experimental laser weapon they were playing with. It was supposed to start a war between the two countries.

  7. I’m seriously concerned with the turmoil going on in Lebanon right now and I’m hoping the UN will prioritize sending aid over there to help the average Lebanese citizen. Lebanon has the potential to become a powder keg in that entire region. Hopefully a peaceful political solution will arise within the country.

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