By Tim Stickings For Mailonline
Published: 14:56 BST, 22 September 2020 | Updated: 14:59 BST, 22 September 2020
Lebanon was hit by yet another explosion today as a cloud of smoke erupted over a suspected Hezbollah arms store.
Hezbollah operatives surrounded the blast site after a fire broke out in the village of Ain Qana, 30 miles of Beirut which was devastated by last month's port explosion.
Security sources said the explosion was caused by a 'technical error' and had caused a number of injuries but Hezbollah officials have not confirmed any casualties.
The Iran-backed group is heavily armed but its political wing has been a major player in Lebanese governments in recent years.
Today's explosion comes weeks after the disaster in Beirut on August 4 (pictured), when a stash of ammonium nitrate exploded and devastated huge swathes of the Lebanese capital
A witness near the village said they