(Video: Alexa Juliana Ard, Sarah Dadouch, William Neff/The Washington Post, Photo: Lorenzo Tugnoli/The Washington Post)
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Visit to Beirut’s port shows devastation from explosion
Washington Post correspondent Sarah Dadouch visited the port in Beirut one week after a massive explosion killed more than 170 people. Dadouch was in her apartment at the time of the blast on Aug. 4, just half a mile away.
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