WORLD Death toll from Beirut's explosions rises to 171

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Death toll from Beirut's explosions rises to 171

Xinhua

22:22, August 12, 2020

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2020 shows damaged buildings in the wake of the explosions at the Port of Beirut in Beirut, Lebanon. Lebanon's caretaker Health Minister Hamad Hassan announced on Tuesday that the death toll from Beirut's explosions has reached 171 while the number of the missing people ranges between 30 and 40, the National News Agency reported. (Xinhua/Bilal Jawich)

People carry the coffin of firefighter Joe Noon, who was killed during the explosions in Beirut, Lebanon, on Aug. 12, 2020. Lebanon's caretaker Health Minister Hamad Hassan announced on Tuesday that the death toll from Beirut's explosions has reached 171 while the number of the missing people ranges between 30 and 40, the National News Agency reported. (Xinhua/Bilal Jawich)

People carry the coffin of firefighter Joe Noon, who was killed during the explosions in Beirut, Lebanon, on Aug. 12, 2020. Lebanon's caretaker Health Minister Hamad Hassan announced on Tuesday that the death toll from Beirut's explosions has reached 171 while the number of the missing people ranges between 30 and 40, the National News Agency reported. (Xinhua/Bilal Jawich)

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2020 shows damaged buildings in the wake of the explosions at the Port of Beirut in Beirut, Lebanon. Lebanon's caretaker Health Minister Hamad Hassan announced on Tuesday that the death toll from Beirut's explosions has reached 171 while the number of the missing people ranges between 30 and 40, the National News Agency reported. (Xinhua/Bilal Jawich)

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2020 shows damaged buildings in the wake of the explosions in Beirut, Lebanon. Lebanon's caretaker Health Minister Hamad Hassan announced on Tuesday that the death toll from Beirut's explosions has reached 171 while the number of the missing people ranges between 30 and 40, the National News Agency reported. (Xinhua/Bilal Jawich)

People carry the coffin of firefighter Joe Noon, who was killed during the explosions in Beirut, Lebanon, on Aug. 12, 2020. Lebanon's caretaker Health Minister Hamad Hassan announced on Tuesday that the death toll from Beirut's explosions has reached 171 while the number of the missing people ranges between 30 and 40, the National News Agency reported. (Xinhua/Bilal Jawich)

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