WATCH: Moment Julian Assange is CARRIED out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
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Moment Julian Assange / Ecuadorian Embassy London
UPDATE: At least 10 people were killed by an explosion in Beirut, security officials told @Reuters . ▪️ The cause and total casualties are unknown ▪️ "Dozens " wounded, say officials ▪️ Witnesses report people hit by flying glass, debris ▪️ Explosion heard 150 miles away in Cyprus
'They already don't have any more beds available in ICU... it's a humanitarian disaster' - witness on the ground in Beirut says the coronavirus means hospitals are already struggling. At least 10 people have been killed in a huge explosion. Latest here:
This video of a father in #Beirut trying to comfort and protect his son from the blast moved me to tears.
An in depth look at where the explosive went off and how far the damage reached #Beirut
Beirut explosion latest: • Cause of blast remains unknown • Several officials quoted as saying explosives were being stored in warehouses at port • Prime Minister Hassan Diab declares Wednesday a "national day of mourning" Live updates:
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