The grain silo in the port of Beirut stands damaged four days after a monster explosion killed more than 150 people and disfigured the Lebanese capital. Photo: AFPThe grain silo in the port of Beirut stands damaged four days after a monster explosion killed more than 150 people and disfigured the Lebanese capital. Photo: AFP
The grain silo in the port of Beirut stands damaged four days after a monster explosion killed more than 150 people and disfigured the Lebanese capital. Photo: AFP

World leaders pledge almost US$300 million in aid for Lebanon in wake of catastrophic port blast

  • A joint meeting, hosted by France, saw representatives from nearly 30 countries discuss financial rescue package
  • Joint statement released on Sunday also raised concerns about Lebanese government corruption

Topic |   Middle East
The grain silo in the port of Beirut stands damaged four days after a monster explosion killed more than 150 people and disfigured the Lebanese capital. Photo: AFPThe grain silo in the port of Beirut stands damaged four days after a monster explosion killed more than 150 people and disfigured the Lebanese capital. Photo: AFP
The grain silo in the port of Beirut stands damaged four days after a monster explosion killed more than 150 people and disfigured the Lebanese capital. Photo: AFP
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