The United Nations said that along with 178 deaths, at least 30 people were unaccounted for as the city continues to process the explosion in the Lebanese capital.
Death toll from last week’s massive explosion in Lebanon’s capital Beirut rises to 178. United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says estimated 6,000 people were injured in blast and at least 30 are missing.
"We are working as one to help wounded Beirut. We are together standing hand in hand to help."— UN Humanitarian (@UNOCHA) August 14, 2020
Lebanon is home to hundreds of thousands of refugees. See how they've been standing in solidarity with the people of #Lebanon after the port explosion.pic.twitter.com/CDOaQl0sMf