The Lebanese Army said a warehouse storing oil and tires is burning at the duty-free market in the port of the Lebanese capital
A scientist studying the crater in the remote Yamal peninsula also said it has just a few years to "live."
The Ministry of Public Health announced a record-high of 309 new infections on Tuesday.
"It's very important for us to stand up to this corrupt government that's caused this failed state to happen," a Lebanese protester told Newsweek.
"Hang the nooses," angry Lebanese wrote on social media and protest signs.
Videos found on social media show a missile hitting a Beirut warehouse on Tuesday, allegedly triggering a massive explosion.
"If they [the Lebanese leaders] can't do it, I'll take my political responsibility," the French leader said in Beirut.
"We have nothing here, and it keeps getting worse by the day. I have wasted my youth," Mohammad Hijazi told Newsweek.
A video of a woman playing piano in a destroyed room has given people hope for resilience in Beirut following yesterday's explosion.
New satellite images show the extent of Lebanon's enormous blast, with a bird's eye view of the decimated Port of Beirut.
The photograph was snapped by photographer Bilal Marie Jawish at the Lebanese capital's Saint George Hospital University Medical Center
A nanny cam recorded the heroic actions of one migrant worker who, while vacuuming, rushed to save a child amid the Beirut blast.
The Port of Beirut first opened in 1887 and is located along the city's northern Mediterranean coast. It has grown to become one of the largest, busiest ports along the Eastern Mediterranean seaboard.
Iranian security forces reportedly fired tear gas to clear protesters in the southwest of the country on Thursday, as the regime grapples with a series of explosions, sanctions and coronavirus.
A fire broke out on Wednesday in Iran's Bushehr port, setting at least seven ships ablaze, amid a string of recent fires and explosions across the country.
Blast reported at Sakarya fireworks factory in the northwestern Sakarya province.
Burch, a Democrat running for Utah House District 30, said there was a "loud bang" shortly after his wife started the car in the garage of their home in West Valley City, Utah.
Firefighters responded to a structure fire at Smoke Tokes, a wholesale supplier of hash oil, a concentrated form of marijuana.
German officials described the move as being an "important milestone" in the nation's energy transition, which aims to see all nuclear reactors in the county being taken offline by the end of 2022.
Maine Governor Janet Mills asked for people to pray for the safety and well-being of everyone around the "historic mill."
The man was taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries, and no one else was hurt—though his car's roof was blown off.
Police in Houston, Texas, blocked off streets on the 4500 block of Gessner Road after a large explosion that reportedly caused a fire and shook buildings.
An explosion at a chemical factory in Catalonia was so powerful that it flung a one-ton steel plate two miles to crash into an apartment building, killing one resident.
Authorities said a car in the U.K. exploded after the driver sprayed excessive amounts of air freshener then lit a cigarette.
People across the city took to social media to report they'd heard a loud noise prompting "#explosion" to become the top trending topic on Twitter.
Scientists have used satellite data to determine the size of the bomb North Korea detonated in 2017. Results suggest it could have been twice as powerful as U.S. intelligence predicted at the time.
Police confirmed there were no injuries sustained in the blast and no homes had been damaged, but said power was currently being shut off for about 500 Pepper Pike residents.
Researchers estimate that the explosion lasted for approximately 300,000 years.
Meteorologist Jude Redfield was using the fire extinguisher as a prop in a weather report when the accident occurred.