Explosion in Beirut

EXPLOSION IN BEIRUT

EXPLOSION À BEIRUT AU LIBAN

Explosion in Beirut

À Beyrouth, deux explosions ont secoué la ville, tuant des dizaines de personnes et en blessant des milliers.

In Beirut, two explosions rocked the city killing dozens of people and injuring thousands.

De nombreuses personnes se sont retrouvées sans abri, leurs maisons ayant été réduites en ruines.

Many people were left homeless as their houses were reduced to rubble.

Les hôpitaux ont été complètement débordés par le nombre de personnes blessées.

Hospitals were completely overwhelmed by the number of people presenting with injuries.

Selon les rapports, le souffle de l’explosion a pu être entendu jusqu’à 50 km du lieu de l’explosion.

According to reports, the blast could be heard up to 50 km from the site of the explosion.

KEY GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTIONS

Deux explosions ont secoué la ville –  Two explosions rocked the city

Tuer – To kill

Blesser – To injure

De nombreuses personnes – Many people

Sans abri – Homeless

Réduire en ruines – To reduce to rubble

Les hôpitaux ont été complètement débordés – Hospitals were completely overwhelmed. 

Selon  – According to

 Le souffle de l’explosion – The blast from the explosion

 

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