Calls to waste no time in moving potentially dangerous industries away from densely populated areas in Israel came in response to the deadly explosion that left almost half of the Lebanese capital in ruins and chaos on Tuesday.
The explosion left at least 300,000 of the city's residents without a home, according to the Beirut governor, while the hospitals are overflowing with the wounded.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. On the eve of the anniversary, a Sputnik correspondent visited Hiroshima, a city that was almost completely destroyed in just 10 seconds at 8:15 a.m. on 6 August 1945.
Following a dismal integration report, Danish Immigration Minister Mattias Tesfaye has called the development tragic, urged to slow down the intake of asylum seekers from the most problematic countries and envisaged extra integration measures, topped with return trips.
The explosion in the Lebanese capital killed at least 100 people and injured several thousand, also leaving 300,000 without shelter. According to preliminary reports, the tragedy was caused by 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate, an explosive chemical compound stored in the port.
President Donald Trump has raised concerns about Biden's mental health, saying that he has lost "mental sharpness" and doubting whether he is capable of being president if elected.
The US, Brazil, and India each reported over 50,000 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, as the tally approaches the 19 million mark worldwide, while the global death toll has reached 706,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.