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Still grieving families direct their rage toward the country’s entrenched ruling class. To the Lebanese, the explosion is the gravest manifestation of how they have suffered under the country’s dysfunctional leadership

The aristocratic Sursock family has lived continuously in Sursock Palace since it was built in Beirut in the 1870s. The owner says that a year on he has still not finished cataloguing the damage

The Port of Beirut has resumed functioning although piles of wreckage remain a year after the blast. The hazardous ammonium nitrate was stored across a road from residential neighborhoods

The blast killed at least 216 people, injured more than 6,500, forced hundreds of thousands from their ruined homes, and left entire neighborhoods looking like war zones

A year after the #BeirutExplosion, nobody has explained yet how the ammonium nitrate ignited, or why it was even there. The Lebanese hope, but don’t expect, that an investigation will identify the perpetrators and deliver justice

It hasn’t always included the uneven bars or balance beam, but gymnastics has always been closely paired with ideas of national pride and identity

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