Lebanon’s demise has turned food blogger Anthony Rahayel into an unlikely protagonist in the fight for its future.
More than 220 people also wounded, several of those when security forces opened fire at a group in Al Nour Square.
Salameh said he would face questioning in Switzerland as part of a money-laundering probe, a source tells Al Jazeera.
Meanwhile, a top health official has announced plans for a roll-out of vaccinations in the crisis-hit country.
The investigation is the latest blow of confidence to Lebanon’s crippled financial system.
One of the businessmen had previously been accused of trying to procure ammonium nitrate for the Syrian government.
International wanted notices issued for men connected to 2,750 tonnes of explosive material brought into Beirut’s port.
Front-line doctors say emergency departments are overwhelmed as cases spike following holiday easing of restrictions.
Economic collapse, COVID and a port explosion tested Styro 3D, but its path out of crises could signal a broader trend.
New law to send perpetrators to up to four years in jail, with parliamentarians also amending a domestic violence law.