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Egypt sends medical aid to Lebanon following fuel tank explosion

At least 28 people who were trying to obtain fuel died when a tank exploded in northern Lebanon, prompting angry locals to burn the house of the site owner.
burn victim carried on stretcher

Egypt delivered medical aid to Lebanon on Monday in response to Sunday’s fuel tank explosion in the Akkar region that left at least 28 people dead.  

The Egyptian plane brought more than a ton of medical supplies to Beirut International Airport, Lebanon’s official National News Agency reported. 

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