Journalist was conducting live interview when Beirut blast shook her office


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A massive Beirut blast that killed more than 135 people and injured over 5,000 people shocked a BBC journalist as she was conducting a live interview when explosion shook her office. The Journalist Maryam Toumi was conducting an interview with Faisal Al-Asil, director of projects at the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy when the blast hit the Lebanese capital. The massive blast is being compared to Hiroshima explosion.