Government was warned that explosive material could destroy Beirut if not removed, according to documents.
Restrictions stop Iran from purchasing foreign-made weapons like fighter jets, tanks and warships.
President Michel Aoun says a missile or negligence could have been responsible .
Macron is the foreign leader to visit Beirut since the biggest blast in its history tore through Lebanese capital.
Security source says death toll has reached 145; officials say the figure is still likely to rise.
Damages from the explosion amount to more than $3 billion, says governor.
Lebanon officials silent on cause of blaze; US president says it was not “some kind of a manufacturing explosion type event".
Its four reactors have the capacity to generate 5,600 megawatts of electricity, around 25 per cent of the nation's needs.
The scene was strikingly different to last year’s when a sea of pilgrims ascended Mount Arafat.
“Words aren’t enough to explain how blessed I feel and how amazing the arrangements have been,” says an Indian pilgrim.
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The 84-year-old king is the second reigning monarch in Gulf to be hospitalised recently, after Kuwait’s Sheikh Sabah.
Every Beiruti now wants to know why such a lethal stockpile was deposited there in the first place.
Dramatic airlift reflects close ties between the two nations, but has also raised concerns over the ruler’s medical condition.
The 84-year-old monarch was admitted to the hospital on Monday "for some medical tests".
Pilgrims' movements are being tracked through wearing wristbands connected to their phones.
Meeting between Turkish and Russian officials comes amid heightened tensions between powers supporting rival factions in conflict.
Police say they arrested 34 people who were involved in the disturbances, deploying a heavy hand in the arrests.
In Dubai, the launch was met with rapturous excitement and blanket media coverage.
Former translator was also convicted of helping to locate Gen Qasim Soleimani, who was later killed by the Americans.
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi postpones a visit scheduled to Saudi Arabia.