By BASSEM MROUE Associated Press BEIRUT (AP) — Lebanon's Cabinet has resigned over last week's devastating blast at the Beirut port, the health minister said, a decision that was made under pressure as several ministers quit or expressed their intention to step down. The minister, Hamad Hassan, spoke with reporters at the end of a Cabinet meeting on Monday, which came after two days of demonstrations over the weekend that saw clashes with security forces firing tear gas at protesters. 'The whole government resigned,' Hamad said. He added that Prime Minister Hassan Diab will head to the presidential palace to […]
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