Six months after the Beirut port explosion: reflections from a first responder

A worker inside a damaged building overlooking the site of the explosion at Beirut's port. Image: Reuters/Mohamed Azakir

Georges Kettaneh
Secretary-General, Lebanese Red Cross
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