French President Emmanuel Macron arrived in Beirut on Monday for his second visit since a deadly explosion on August 4 shook the nation and fuelled a drive for political change.
Macron, who first flew to Beirut only two days after the blast, arrived at 9 pm (1800 GMT) for a two-day visit that will include a ceremony marking the centenary of Greater Lebanon.
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