The explosion was caused by the ignition of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate that had been sitting at Beirut port for more than six years.
Lebanon marks one week since deadly Beirut explosion
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman denied reports about temporary lifting of part of sanctions against the Islamic Republic, stressing that according to the Iran nuclear deal, the United States is required to lift all sanctions reimposed on Tehran following its pullout from the agreement.
Iran denies reports of temporary lifting of part of sanctions
Iran's Judiciary confirmed that five Iranian nationals were recently detained on charges of spying for Israel, Britain and Germany, adding two of them have already been convicted.
Iran arrests five over spying for foreign intelligence services
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hassan Diab has announced resignation of his government following a similar move by several ministers, and amid angry protests in the country that followed the devastating blast of August 4 in the Beirut port.
Lebanon’s government resigns amid popular outrage over Beirut blast
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday rivalry zero-sum game has brought insecurity to the world.
Zarif: Rivalry zero-sum game has brought insecurity to world
Iran’s Health Ministry spokeswoman confirmed 2,132 new cases of COVID-19 infection in the country, raising the total number of infections to 328,844.
Iran reports 2,132 new coronavirus cases
Iran’s ambassador to Pakistan said Iran’s mission has not received any official report from the Pakistani authorities regarding the seizure of an Iranian ship at Pakistan’s Karachi port.
Ambassador: Iran not officially notified of ship seizure in Pakistan
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman rejected as “ridiculous” reports that Iran is interfering in the upcoming US election.
Iran dismisses 'ridiculous' claims of interference in US election
Iran says explosion should not be politicized
Lebanon’s cabinet under pressure as ministers quit after Beirut blast

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