Lebanese Face Threat of Widespread Hunger After Beirut Explosion

BEIRUT—In the wake of the enormous explosion that devastated large components of the Lebanese funds, a new threat is stalking the struggling place: starvation.

The early August blast, which killed much more than one hundred fifty persons and displaced hundreds of countless numbers from their homes, wrecked the grain silos storing most of the country’s wheat supplies and poorly damaged the sea port via which eighty five% of its meals imports get there.