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The investigating judge of the bombing in Beirut, Lebanon, announced that the investigation would be suspended for 10 days.

The investigating judge of the bombing in Beirut, Lebanon, announced that the investigation would be suspended for 10 days.

According to local media sources, on the 17th, Savan, the investigating judge of the Beirut explosion, announced that the investigation would be suspended for 10 days, during which he would respond to the request of former ministers Khalil and Ghazit to replace the investigator.

On the same day, Savan withdrew his questioning of the caretaker Prime Minister Diab scheduled for the 18th.

It is reported that Savan, the judge in charge of the investigation of the Beirut port bombing, accused Diab and former finance minister Khalil, former ministers of public works Ghazit and Finyanos of neglecting their duties on the 10th.

After receiving multiple reports of the storage of dangerous goods in the port, he failed to respond, which eventually led to the explosion, with at least 200 people.

The tragedy of death. On the 14th, the above four senior dignitaries refused to be questioned by investigating judge Savan.

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