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The Latest: Qatar emir says Lebanon can't recover on its own
The emir of energy-rich Qatar has said that the Beirut blast is a “dire circumstance” that Lebanon cannot get over on its own. Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani made the statement Sunday during a pledging conference for the crisis. Sheikh Tamim said that “strengthening national unity” was needed in Lebanon after the blast.
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The Latest: Britain pledges 20M pounds in Lebanon aid
Britain has pledged 20 million pounds ($26 million) to help feed people in Lebanon after last week’s massive explosion in Beirut. It says the money will go to the World Food Program to provide food and medicine for the most vulnerable. Britain has previously pledged 5 million pounds to Lebanon and is sending specialist medics and a Royal Navy survey ship to Beirut.
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The Latest: German rescuers end search for Beirut survivors
A team of German engineers sent to Lebanon to help search for people trapped in the rubble after last week’s explosion in Beirut is returning home, having failed to find any survivors. Joerg Eger, who heads the THW agency’s rapid rescue team in Lebanon, said Sunday that a number of specialist engineers would remain in Beirut until Thursday to assist in determining the safety of buildings affected by the blast. French President Emmanuel Macron said that an international donors’ conference is aiming to show global support for Lebanon after the devastating Beirut blast.
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The Latest: Another Lebanon Cabinet member resigns
Lebanon’s environment minister has resigned. Kattar Demianos is the second Cabinet member to step down amid anger in the country following the blast that ripped across the capital of Beirut. People in Lebanon have blamed the explosion on negligence and mismanagement.
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The Latest: Donors: Aid to Lebanon to come with reforms
Over 30 participants to the international aid conference for Lebanon have pledged help for a “credible and independent” investigation into the Beirut explosion. International leaders, government officials and international organizations participated Sunday in the teleconference co-organized by France and the United Nations to bring emergency aid to Lebanon.
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The Latest: European Commission pledges 30M euros
The European Commission has pledged additional 30 million euros ($35 million) at an international donors’ conference for Lebanon after deadly Beirut explosion. The EU’s executive body said in a statement this comes on top of 33 million euros ($39 million) in emergency aid previously announced. The new EU funding will be channeled to UN agencies, NGOs and international organizations and be strictly monitored, the statement said.
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