Morocco: Explosion in Beirut - Moroccan Woman Injured (Embassy)

Beirut — A Moroccan woman was injured in the explosion that rocked on Tuesday the Lebanese capital, Beirut, sources from the Moroccan embassy in Lebanon said.

The Moroccan woman, who works for a United Nations body in Beirut, suffered broken foot bones, the embassy said in a statement, noting that she is receiving treatment at a health facility.

Immediately after the blast, the Moroccan embassy said that it was closely monitoring the situation of members of the Moroccan community residing in this country. To facilitate communication, the embassy provided telephone numbers to contact it both during and outside working hours if necessary.

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