No accountability one year on

Devastating history: A drone picture of the destruction after the explosion at Beirut’s seaport. — AP

IT’S been one year since the devastating Beirut port explosion, perhaps the worst non-nuclear blast in a heavily populated area in human history.

A large stockpile of ammonium nitrate stored at the port ignited in a devastating eruption that left much of the city shattered on Aug 4 last year.

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