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Keluarga Korban Ledakan Beirut Serbu Rumah Mendagri Libanon

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Rabu, 14 Jul 2021 09:20 WIB

Libanon - Keluarga korban ledakan besar di Pelabuhan Beirut menyerbu rumah Menteri Dalam Negeri Libanon Mohamed Fahmy. Mereka pun terlibat bentrok dengan polisi.

Relatives of people who were killed in last year's massive blast at Beirut's seaport, scuffled with riot police as they try to storm the home of caretaker Interior Minister Mohamed Fehmi, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Family members are angry with Fehmi because he rejected a request by the judge investigating the explosion to question Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim, who is one of Lebanon's most prominent generals and heads of the General Security Directorate. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

Keluarga korban ledakan besar di pelabuhan Beirut, bentrok dengan polisi anti huru hara ketika mereka mencoba menyerbu rumah sementara Menteri Dalam Negeri Mohamed Fehmi, di Beirut, Lebanon, Selasa, 13 Juli 2021. AP Photo/Bilal Hussein  

A supporter of relatives of people who were killed in last year's massive blast at Beirut's seaport, left, shouts against the riot police after protesters destroy the glass door of an apartment building entrance where caretaker Interior Minister Mohamed Fehmi lives during a protest demanding an end to what they call the obstruction of an investigation into one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Fehmi had rejected a request to lift immunity for a senior security official being investigated after the judge leading the probe has decided to go after senior government officials and current and former security officials while probing the Aug. 4 explosion that killed more than 200 people. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Mereka meminta Menteri Dalam Negeri Libanon Mohamed Fahmy tidak menghalangi penyelidikan kasus ledakan di pelabuhan Beirut. AP Photo/Hussein Malla  

A supporter of relatives of people who were killed in last year's massive blast at Beirut's seaport, left, shouts against the riot police after protesters destroy the glass door of an apartment building entrance where caretaker Interior Minister Mohamed Fehmi lives during a protest demanding an end to what they call the obstruction of an investigation into one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Fehmi had rejected a request to lift immunity for a senior security official being investigated after the judge leading the probe has decided to go after senior government officials and current and former security officials while probing the Aug. 4 explosion that killed more than 200 people. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Menteri Dalam Negeri Libanon Mohamed Fahmy sebelumnya menolak permintaan hakim yang menyelidiki ledakan di Beirut untuk memeriksa seorang pejabat tinggi keamanan Libanon.AP Photo/Hussein Malla  

A supporter of relatives of people who were killed in last year's massive blast at Beirut's seaport, left, shouts against the riot police after protesters destroy the glass door of an apartment building entrance where caretaker Interior Minister Mohamed Fehmi lives during a protest demanding an end to what they call the obstruction of an investigation into one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Fehmi had rejected a request to lift immunity for a senior security official being investigated after the judge leading the probe has decided to go after senior government officials and current and former security officials while probing the Aug. 4 explosion that killed more than 200 people. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Massa menghancurkan jendela rumah Mohamed Fahmy dan mencoret-coret temboknya. AP Photo/Hussein Malla  

A supporter of relatives of people who were killed in last year's massive blast at Beirut's seaport, left, shouts against the riot police after protesters destroy the glass door of an apartment building entrance where caretaker Interior Minister Mohamed Fehmi lives during a protest demanding an end to what they call the obstruction of an investigation into one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Fehmi had rejected a request to lift immunity for a senior security official being investigated after the judge leading the probe has decided to go after senior government officials and current and former security officials while probing the Aug. 4 explosion that killed more than 200 people. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Sejumlah orang terluka dalam bentrokan ini. AP Photo/Hussein Malla  

A supporter of relatives of people who were killed in last year's massive blast at Beirut's seaport, left, shouts against the riot police after protesters destroy the glass door of an apartment building entrance where caretaker Interior Minister Mohamed Fehmi lives during a protest demanding an end to what they call the obstruction of an investigation into one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Fehmi had rejected a request to lift immunity for a senior security official being investigated after the judge leading the probe has decided to go after senior government officials and current and former security officials while probing the Aug. 4 explosion that killed more than 200 people. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Seperti diketahui ledakan besar yang menewaskan lebih dari 200 orang terjadi di Pelabuhan Beirut pada 4 Agustus tahun lalu. AP Photo/Hussein Malla  

A supporter of relatives of people who were killed in last year's massive blast at Beirut's seaport, left, shouts against the riot police after protesters destroy the glass door of an apartment building entrance where caretaker Interior Minister Mohamed Fehmi lives during a protest demanding an end to what they call the obstruction of an investigation into one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Fehmi had rejected a request to lift immunity for a senior security official being investigated after the judge leading the probe has decided to go after senior government officials and current and former security officials while probing the Aug. 4 explosion that killed more than 200 people. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Warga marah karena hingga hampir satu tahun, tidak ada pejabat senior yang dimintai pertanggungjawaban. AP Photo/Hussein Malla  

A supporter of relatives of people who were killed in last year's massive blast at Beirut's seaport, left, shouts against the riot police after protesters destroy the glass door of an apartment building entrance where caretaker Interior Minister Mohamed Fehmi lives during a protest demanding an end to what they call the obstruction of an investigation into one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Fehmi had rejected a request to lift immunity for a senior security official being investigated after the judge leading the probe has decided to go after senior government officials and current and former security officials while probing the Aug. 4 explosion that killed more than 200 people. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Permintaan Hakim Tarek Bitar untuk menanyai Mayor Jenderal Abbas Ibrahim, kepala badan nasional Lebanon yang berkuasa, ditolak oleh menteri dalam negeri Mohamed Fahmy dalam sebuah surat kepada menteri kehakiman pada 10 Juli 2021. AP Photo/Hussein Malla  

Keluarga Korban Ledakan Beirut Serbu Rumah Mendagri Libanon
Keluarga Korban Ledakan Beirut Serbu Rumah Mendagri Libanon
Keluarga Korban Ledakan Beirut Serbu Rumah Mendagri Libanon
Keluarga Korban Ledakan Beirut Serbu Rumah Mendagri Libanon
Keluarga Korban Ledakan Beirut Serbu Rumah Mendagri Libanon
Keluarga Korban Ledakan Beirut Serbu Rumah Mendagri Libanon
Keluarga Korban Ledakan Beirut Serbu Rumah Mendagri Libanon
Keluarga Korban Ledakan Beirut Serbu Rumah Mendagri Libanon