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Over 60 people are missing in Beirut blast, a representative of the health department told Agence France-Presse.

According to the representative, the death toll has reached 154, including 25 people who have not yet been identified.

At least 154 have been killed in Beirut blast. Over 5,000 people have been injured.

Al Jazeera, citing the Lebanese health ministry, said that the condition of another 120 victims was assessed by doctors as extremely serious.

According to Lebanese President Michel Aoun, "the cause has not been determined yet. There is a possibility of external interference through a rocket or bomb or other act."

In the meantime, the UN human rights office is calling for an independent investigation of the Beirut bombing, insisting that "victims’ calls for accountability must be heard," AP reported.

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