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Ammonium nitrate linked to catastrophic Beirut explosion

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    Science & Technology
  • Published
    13th Aug, 2020

Beirut was declared a "disaster city", in the wake of a huge explosion in the port of the Lebanese capital that left at least 135 people dead and 5,000 injured, caused by over 2,700 tonnes of ammonium nitrate kept in storage for over six years.

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Beirut was declared a "disaster city", in the wake of a huge explosion in the port of the Lebanese capital that left at least 135 people dead and 5,000 injured, caused by over 2,700 tonnes of ammonium nitrate kept in storage for over six years.

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