22 October 2021
Beirut: Tensions in the vicinity of Parliament and security forces firing rubber bullets at the demonstrators to disperse them
Protest in front of the entrance to the House of Representatives in Beirut
Lebanese caretaker health minister Hassan Hamad said "the new official death toll is 171, the number of missing people ranges between 30 and 40. 6,000 others were injured in Tuesday blast. About 1,500 need delicate treatment & 120 of them are still in intensive care"
Netanyahu: In order for an incident similar to the Beirut bombing not to be repeated, Hezbollah must take out the explosive materials and missiles that it stores in Lebanese residential communities
U.S. military gave Lebanon $2 million in emergency aid. Five cargo planes have delivered medical supplies: U.S. embassy Beirut
USAID Administrator John Barsa from Beirut: The American people stand with the Lebanese people
3 Israeli army tanks crossed the border fence (inside Israeli territory) along the Blue Line near Meiss El Jabal and deployed smoke shells during routine activity
Israeli army tanks are leaving the area on the Blue Line, leaving behind a fire caused by the smoke shells
The French Foreign Minister calls for the acceleration of the formation of a Lebanese government that "proves its effectiveness"
Two people were wounded by stray bullets in Tripoli while they were celebrating the government's resignation
As clashes flares for a third night in Beirut, the Lebanese Red Cross says that it has taken 7 people to hospital, treated 38 at the scene
"We're monitoring the situation closely" in Lebanon, says @PressSec. "We are delivering aid to the region."
Ministry of Health: 295 new cases of Coronavirus were recorded in Lebanon
Lots of gunfire heard in northern Lebanese city of Tripoli as people celebrate Hassan Diab's resignation tonight
Hassan Diab announces the resignation of his government, due to the Beirut port explosion
After an situational assessment, Israeli army decided to keep the alert level but lift the restrictions on military vehicles riding near the border, also some military police checkpoints will be lifted. All the reinforcements will still remain in their places
Protesters throw stones at security forces at the entrance to Parliament, in the center of the Lebanese capital, Beirut
Protesters celebrate the resignation of Hassan Diab's government
Demonstrators began arriving at Martyrs' Square in central Beirut
Lebanese Defense Minister/Deputy PM @zeinaakar has resigned from government
Lebanon Prime Minister Hassan Diab to make a statement soon
Lebanese Minister of Justice: No one wishes to be held accountable for this disaster
Guterres: The United Nations moved quickly to support Lebanon after the port disaster
Guterres: The United Nations is participating in the relief operations in Lebanon
Baabda Palace Departments: The Council of Ministers referred the crime of the Port of Beirut to the Judicial Council at the request of the President of the Republic
5 bodies of the victims of the Beirut Port explosion were recovered
The official Lebanese News Agency: Major General Tony Saliba kept under investigation after an interrogation session that lasted for hours, provided that the investigation would take place in succession.
1 year ago
3 ministers formally resigned from the government, and others brandish to resign
Lebanese Minister of Finance to resign from the government
Source to Sky News Arabia: Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab will submit his resignation shortly
Lebanese Minister of Communications: If the government does not collectively resign, then my resignation is certain
1 year ago
Lebanon's Justice Minister has just resigned. @MarieClaudeNajm had called for international experts to help "reveal the truth" behind the explosion, and for the maximum penalties on those found responsible. Her resignation comes after President Aoun rejected an int'l probe
Royal Navy survey ship HMS Enterprise currently off the coast of Beirut Lebanon Enterprise is deploying to Beirut to survey the damage to the city's port
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