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Lebanon PM: People of Beirut have a ‘right’ to be furious

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Lebanon PM: People of Beirut have a ‘right’ to be furious

Lebanon PM: People of Beirut have a ‘right’ to be furious

Lebanon's Prime Minister has told ITV News the people of Beirut have a "right" to be furious after the huge explosion which killed dozens and injured many thousands more.

In his first interview since the deadly blast on Tuesday, Hassan Diab said people also had a right to be angry with politicians for what he called three decades of corruption in the country.

Report by Blairm.

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