Several senior European football clubs were keen to send messages of support to the Lebanese government, after the huge explosion in Beirut, most notably the Italian Inter Milan teams and Paris Saint-Germain.

The Italian club commented, on its official account on the social networking site "Twitter": "Unfortunately, we followed the difficult scenes circulating in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, and all of us in Inter Milan send our heartfelt prayers to all those affected, and we wish the safety of the entire Lebanese people."

In turn, the official website of the French Saint-Germain club team said on the social networking site "Twitter": "Our hearts are with the victims of the explosion that hit Beirut."

On Tuesday, a powerful explosion shook the Lebanese capital and a column of smoke rose, as a result of an explosion at a warehouse of fireworks in Beirut Port, according to the National Information Agency in Lebanon, in which it confirmed the outbreak of a major fire in Amber No. 12 near the wheat silos in Beirut Port, in A warehouse of explosives, and strong explosions were heard in the place, which reverberated in the capital and the suburbs. Firefighting teams working to put out the fires rushed to the scene.

The Lebanese National Media Agency also confirmed that a number of dead and injured were injured due to the explosion of the explosives warehouse in Beirut Port, and indicated that there were major damage to buildings and cars in the areas of Karantina, Ashrafieh, Hamra and the areas surrounding the site of the explosion, and the building of the EDL was also damaged.

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