Blaze broke out at a downtown building in Beirut near the port where the explosion occurred last month

New blaze struck Beirut at a downtown structure, designed by architect Zaha Hadid, that was under development close to the port where the blast that killed in any event 200 individuals happened a month ago. No wounds have been reported from Tuesday’s fire, which has since been put out. There have now been three flames inside that territory of the city in Lebanon in the previous week.

One of the others, which broke out last Thursday, was a monstrous hellfire at a stockroom office in the Port of Beirut. Authorities have not delivered the reasons for the flames. The flames have come during when inhabitants of Beirut keep on reeling from the lethal Aug. 4 blast at the port that left in excess of 6,000 individuals harmed and uprooted numerous from their homes.