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PM expresses sympathy for those affected by Lebanon blast

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PM expresses sympathy for those affected by Lebanon blast

PM expresses sympathy for those affected by Lebanon blast

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expressed sympathy for those affected by the explosion in Lebanon on Tuesday and reiterated offers of UK support in helping the country rebuild.

Report by Etemadil.

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