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Investigators focus on possible negligence in deadly Lebanon explosion | CBC News

The Lebanese government says it is putting an unspecified number of Beirut port officials under house arrest pending an investigation into how 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate came to be stored at the port for years.

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
The aftermath of the Beirut explosion

The explosion near Beirut’s port on Tuesday killed 135 people and injured thousands more, according to the Lebanese health ministry. Officials say 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate was the cause. According to public records, the chemicals were held at the port …

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
French President Macron arrives in Beirut to express support following massive explosion | CBC News

French President Emmanuel Macron has arrived in Beirut to express support for Lebanon in the wake of a massive explosion that tore through the capital earlier this week.

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
Canada sending up to $5M in humanitarian aid to Lebanon after Beirut explosion | CBC News

Canada will provide up to $5 million in humanitarian assistance to help Lebanon​​​​​​​ and its people recover from the devastating blast in Beirut's port.

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
What is ammonium nitrate, and how did it cause such a devastating explosion in Beirut? | CBC News

The chemical compound ammonium nitrate is believed to have been the cause of the devastating explosion in Beirut on Tuesday. But how can such a chemical cause such a massive and destructive blast?

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
Canadian citizen sentenced to death in China on drug charge | CBC News

China has sentenced a Canadian citizen to death on charges of manufacturing the drug ketamine amid heightened tension between the two countries.

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
COVID-19 could lead to more self-harm and suicide, experts say | CBC News

New data shows thousands of Canadians were hospitalized or died after deliberately harming themselves last year, and experts fear the numbers will climb due to the stress brought on by the pandemic.

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
Living with face masks: How to stow them, reuse disposables and more | CBC News

Now that many of us will be wearing masks regularly for the foreseeable future, how can we make it work? Can you reuse disposable masks? Can you keep masks on your chin or dangling on your rearview mirror when not in use? How many does your child need for sch…

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
The 'shop local' message is everywhere, but it's tough resisting deals during a pandemic | CBC News

The shop local movement has been turbocharged by the pandemic, with a wide range of groups urging Canadians to support their neighbourhood businesses. But, given the impact of the crisis on household finances, can consumers afford to consider anything but fin…

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
'It didn't end for my mom: Reverberations of Hiroshima bombing ripple across generations | CBC News

As time passes and the number of survivors of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings declines, a new generation of storytellers and advocates is looking to take on their memories as a way to illustrate the horror of nuclear war and push for change.

CBC News | 06 Aug, 2020
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