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Hezbollah leader Nasrallah delivers speech on anniversary of 2006 Lebanon Warlive

Hezbollah leader Nasrallah delivers speech on anniversary of 2006 Lebanon War

Lebanon, Undisclosed Location

Secretary-General of Hezbollah Hassan Nasrallah delivers a speech on Friday, August 14, on the anniversary of the end of the 2006 Lebanon War. The speech will be delivered from an undisclosed location.

Lebanon is reeling from the deadly port explosions which rocked Beirut a week ago, killing at least 171 people. Around 6,000 people were injured and nearly 300,000 left homeless, according to the latest reports.

Following the blasts and a wave of heavy protests, six members of the Lebanese parliament and three ministers stepped down, and Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab announced the resignation of the government in a televised address on Monday afternoon.

Nasrallah denied accusations of Hezbollah warehousing weapons at Beirut port in a televised speech on Friday, August 7, and called for a “fair investigation” into the explosion.

Date of startAugust 14, 2020
Time of start17:23
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Secretary-General of Hezbollah Hassan Nasrallah delivers a speech on Friday, August 14, on the anniversary of the end of the 2006 Lebanon War. The speech will be delivered from an undisclosed location. Lebanon is reeling from the deadly port explosions which rocked Beirut a week ago, killing at least 171 people. Around 6,000 people were injured and nearly 300,000 left homeless, according to the latest reports. Following the blasts and a wave of heavy protests, six members of the Lebanese parliament and three ministers stepped down, and Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab announced the resignation of the government in a televised address on Monday afternoon. Nasrallah denied accusations of Hezbollah warehousing weapons at Beirut port in a televised speech on Friday, August 7, and called for a “fair investigation” into the explosion.