A ship is pictured engulfed in flames at the port of Beirut following a massive explosion that hit the heart of the Lebanese capital on August 4, 2020. Photograph:( AFP )
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Raoul Nehme told Lebanon needed reserves for at least three months to ensure food security and was looking at other storage areas.
In an interview with the Fox News, Trump said: "We're thinking about it. It would be the easiest from the standpoint of security."
Swiss newspapers said that in one night club in Zurich from which cases emerged recently, partygoers had given fake names including "Donald Duck".
The first phase of this one-year programme finished in July. The average age of the patients in the study is 59.
The source said a fire had started at warehouse 9 of the port and spread to warehouse 12, where the ammonium nitrate was stored.
Almost 3,000 people were evacuated Tuesday night, some by boat, from homes and camping sites near Marseille in southern France as forest fires tore through some 1,000 hectares of vegetation.
Macron's office said France would send 55 security personnel to Lebanon and 6 tonnes of health equipment, while around 10 emergency doctors would also fly to Beirut.
In court proceedings currently underway in Britain, Virgin Atlantic was given approval on Tuesday to hold creditor meetings to vote on the rescue plan.
The minister said that he would act against hospital administrators who failed to ensure workplace safety.
Videos of the massive explosion from Beirut has gone viral depicting the impact the blast left.