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The Beirut explosion created a huge mushroom cloud and visible blast wave, but nuclear weapons experts say it wasn't an atomic blast. Here's why.

Business Insider Tuesday, 4 August 2020
The Beirut explosion created a huge mushroom cloud and visible blast wave, but nuclear weapons experts say it wasn't an atomic blast. Here's why.· A explosion at a port rocked the Lebanese capital city of Beirut on Tuesday, killing at least dozens of people.
· As videos of the explosion spread across social media sites, some users claimed an atomic bomb caused the disaster due to the appearance of a mushroom cloud.
· The Lebanese prime minister says the blast came...
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News video: Beirut blast: Bike shop owner returns to scene of where he filmed mushroom cloud and blast wave

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The Beirut bike shop owner who captured on mobile phone the moment a huge blast rocked the Lebanese capital, killing at least 100 people, has returned to the scene this morning. Karim Sokhn, who owns the Bike Kitchen shop in the central Ashrafieh district of the city, heard an explosion on Tuesday...

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