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  • The massive scale of damage from the series of expressions that heat Equatorial Guinea over the weekend has been shown in a new satellite, enduring images from the scene.

  • The blast on Sunday killed at least 98 people and injured over 600 according to the government, and started with a fire at In Quantum, a military base in the port city of batter.

  • Satellite images comparing August last year with March 92 days after the accident, show how areas populated with buildings and trees have been turned into derelict blast zones of rubble and twisted metal.

  • Batter is Equatorial Guinea's largest city and economic herb, with a population of just over 250,000 president Children being.

  • Grammas says almost every home and building in the city has been damaged and is blaming the explosions on the mishandling of dynamite.

The massive scale of damage from the series of expressions that heat Equatorial Guinea over the weekend has been shown in a new satellite, enduring images from the scene.

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Satellite, drone show Equatorial Guinea carnage

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/12
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