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Lebanon’s military finds another four tonnes of ammonium nitrate near Beirut port

Rescue workers in Lebanon say they have detected signs of life in the rubble of a building in a residential area of Beirut that collapsed after a huge August 4 explosion at a nearby port.Key points:About 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate caused Beirut’s deadly blast last month Lebanon’s military located another 4.5 tonnes of the chemical in Beirut’s port areaLebanon’s state news agency reported that the army was “dealing with it” The state news agency NNA reported in the early evening that a team with a rescue dog had detected movement under a destroyed building in the Gemmayze area, one of the worst hit by the blast that killed about 190 people and injured 6,000 others.A rescue worker elaborated on the work and was optimistic that they could hopefully find someone alive amon
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