Rescue teams in Beirut were continuing on the morning of September 4 to search through the rubble of a building after a faint pulse signal was detected, one month after a devastating blast in the city destroyed thousands of homes.
A team from Chile detected signs of life on September 3, likely from a child, AlJazeera reported. What was likely to be a dead body was also detected in the rubble.
A volunteer rescuer told Timour Azhari, a local reporter, that they had yet to find anything, as they closed in on the target area.
A minute of silence was due to take place on September 4 at 6:07 pm, to mark one month since the explosion. Credit: Timour Azhari via Storyful