Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun (left) receiving his French counterpart Emmmanuel Macron at the airport in Beirut. Photo: AFP Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun (left) receiving his French counterpart Emmmanuel Macron at the airport in Beirut. Photo: AFP
Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun (left) receiving his French counterpart Emmmanuel Macron at the airport in Beirut. Photo: AFP

In blast-hit Beirut, angry Lebanese urge France’s Macron to help oust regime

  • The French president pledged support and urged urgent reforms after a massive explosion devastated the Lebanese capital
  • ‘We can’t bear more than this. The whole system has got to go,’ a resident says

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Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun (left) receiving his French counterpart Emmmanuel Macron at the airport in Beirut. Photo: AFP Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun (left) receiving his French counterpart Emmmanuel Macron at the airport in Beirut. Photo: AFP
Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun (left) receiving his French counterpart Emmmanuel Macron at the airport in Beirut. Photo: AFP
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