Francisco Lermanda, a member of the Chilean team talks during a press conference after digging through the rubble. Photo: ReutersFrancisco Lermanda, a member of the Chilean team talks during a press conference after digging through the rubble. Photo: Reuters
Francisco Lermanda, a member of the Chilean team talks during a press conference after digging through the rubble. Photo: Reuters

‘No signs of life’ in Beirut rubble as search for blast survivors proves unsuccessful

  • Some 50 rescuers and volunteers had worked for three days to try to locate anyone left alive
  • The August 4 blast killed about 190 people and injured 6,000 more

Topic |   Middle East
Francisco Lermanda, a member of the Chilean team talks during a press conference after digging through the rubble. Photo: ReutersFrancisco Lermanda, a member of the Chilean team talks during a press conference after digging through the rubble. Photo: Reuters
Francisco Lermanda, a member of the Chilean team talks during a press conference after digging through the rubble. Photo: Reuters
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