The Lebanese president said that no colonial power can return to Lebanon.

Iran Press/Middle East: Addressing the reporters on Friday, Michel Aoun noted that he did not know the extent of danger explosives posed to Lebanon.

He went on to say that probe is underway to determine the cause of the blast in Beirut.

A warehouse at the Beirut Port caught fire on Tuesday afternoon, triggering a huge explosion.

The Lebanese Red Cross said in a statement that over 150 people were killed and more than 5,000 were injured.


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