A Beirut couple have had their wedding video interrupted by violent explosions and shattering glass during the city’s port explosion.
Video uploaded to Facebook by Ibrahim Kitmitto shows Amin Chamli and Hanaa Fanous on the day of their wedding.
They’re being filmed in the street posing together.
But as the pair embrace and stare down the barrel of the camera there’s a disturbance.
Ms Fanous looks off into the distance concerned and horrified that something has gone wrong.
Windows in the building behind the couple then shatter from a blast. Amidst the chaos, the person holding the camera turns their attention to the street.
Debris is scattered on the ground as the group tries to make sense of what just happened.
It’s not known if anyone was injured but it’s believed they’re all OK as Mr Kitmitto wrote in the video caption: “Thank God for our safety.”
Tuesday’s blast killed more than 158 people and injured more than 6,000.
Beirut residents are furious with their government over perceived failures – in October last year many marched against corruption, bad governance and mismanagement.
Saturday’s protests also turned violent as police in riot gear deployed gas canisters.
Protesters called for the resignation of many of Lebanon’s leaders including its Prime Minister Michael Aoun, with about 10,000 people gathered in Martyrs' Square.
A policeman was killed during the clashes, a spokesman said.
An officer at the scene said the policeman died when he fell into an elevator shaft in a nearby building after being chased by protesters.
The Red Cross said it had treated 117 people for injuries on the scene while another 55 were taken to hospital. Policemen wounded by stones were treated by ambulance workers.
Mr Aoun said on Friday an investigation would examine whether the blast was caused by a bomb or other external interference.
He said the investigation would also look at whether the explosion was due to negligence or an accident.
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