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The explosion killed 177 people, injured another 6,000, and left 250,000 people homeless.
In Lebanon, the victims of the Beirut Blast called for an international investigation into what happened at the capital's port on August 4. They demand that those responsible for the explosion be charged with crimes against humanity.
“The victims of the massacre are asking for support from the international community to achieve justice and truth through an international trial and investigation,” lawyer Nada Abdelsater said, stressing that Lebanese politicians are evading their responsibility.
"Suspicions grow that the crime scene is being manipulated and international experts are being prevented from providing assistance," she explained.
Nicole Nagar, whose three-year-old daughter died days after the explosion from her injuries, is among those who have joined this initiative aimed at avoiding impunity.
Besides calling for unity, he praised the “incredible” reaction from volunteers who are providing relief at the most affected neighborhoods in the face of a lack of government help.