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Lebanese prime minister resigns amid explosion protests and unrest

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Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hassan Diab said he would resign along with all of his ministers. This comes after protesters have been demanding political reform after the explosion that killed nearly 160 people. Demonstrators blame the government for the blast and years of corruption and economic ruin.