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Beirut is still in collective shock - but the anger will come soon
It takes a very hardened sort of individual not to feel and empathise with the pain of new parents sitting outside the Intensive Care Unit where their little one is struggling to live.
Beirut explosion: Officials put under house arrest as at least 135 die and 5,000 hurt
The number of dead in Beirut's huge explosion has risen to at least 135, with around 5,000 injured and tens of people still missing.
Coronavirus: France and Spain record big rises in cases as French situation 'precarious'
France and Spain have both reported large daily rises in coronavirus cases amid fears that parts of Europe could be hit by a second wave later in the year.
Hiroshima: Dwindling band of survivors marks 75th anniversary of the atomic bomb attack
Survivors of the Hiroshima atomic bomb have marked the 75th anniversary of the attack with prayers and flowers at the city's memorial to the victims.
Jammu and Kashmir remains under curfew and lockdown a year after losing special status
Curfews have been imposed in many parts of Jammu and Kashmir on the year's anniversary of India revoking the region's special status.
Beirut explosion: Before and after pictures show scale of damage to city
Before and after pictures have shown the extraordinary destruction brought about by a huge explosion in Beirut.
Beirut explosion: 'Casualties everywhere' - Hospitals struggle to cope as bloodied people walk streets
"This is a catastrophe we have on our hands," says a doctor at St George Hospital, less than a mile from the epicentre of the explosion at Beirut port.
Beirut explosion: With its capital shattered by blasts, Lebanon looks less stable than ever
No city is built to withstand blasts of the magnitude that tore through Beirut this week.
Gold strikes record high after topping $2,000 for first time
Gold has extended its rally - hitting a fresh record high - after soaring past the $2,000 (£1,523) an ounce mark for the first time in history as investors seek a safe haven.
Grace Millane's killer appeals against conviction as he 'did not get fair trial'
British backpacker Grace Millane's killer has appealed against his conviction and punishment as his lawyer says he did not get a fair trial.