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Container lines resume work in Beirut's terminal after explosion

Hapag-Lloyd and CMA CGM have returned to the container terminal in the Port of Beirut following the huge explosion last week. The terminal only incurred minor damages.

Photo: THAIER AL-SUDANI/REUTERS / X90151

Several container shipping lines now resume their services in Beirut after the massive explosion in the city's port area last week, which destroyed parts of the city and killed more than 170 people.

The port's container terminal only incurred minor damages and has started up again, says Hapag-Lloyd in an update to its customers.

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