One month on from the explosion in Beirut port, journalist Oz Katerji tells Iain Dale there is 'real palpable anger' in Lebanon as people demand accountability and change in the aftermath of the disaster. @IainDale | @OzKaterji
Lebanon's blast wasn't terrorism. It was a crime of corruption, negligence, and indifference, Oz Katerji writes.
The Lebanese people are furious with "a corrupt and negligent" political class which are leaving victims of the Beirut explosion to deal with the aftermath alone, journalist Oz Katerji told Iain Dale. @IainDale | @OzKaterji
Beirut's blast, writes Oz Katerji, is the work of gross incompetence, endemic corruption, and negligence—and its impact will spread far beyond the initial explosion.
On today’s #EditionPodcast : Lara Prendergast talks to Sir John Jenkins, former ambassador to Saudi Arabia, and journalist Oz Katerji about the death of Soleimani and what comes next. Out on #SpectatorRadio tonight @OzKaterji | @JohnJen96660941 | @laraprendergast