Lebanese clean the streets of Beirut from destruction

Beirut-ALSHARQIYA   August  7 : Hundreds of Beirutis volunteered to clean the streets from the damage they suffered after the explosion and the great damage it left behind in the area.
Volunteers said that they do not expect the state accused of corruption and neglect to do anything and that they rely on the awareness of the youth and the support of the international community for them.
Lebanese of both sexes spontaneously arrived at the places that were cracked and hundreds of years old to inspect and clean up the destruction they had suffered.


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