After several months of daily solo work, environmental activist Caroline Chaptini, a Lebanese national set another Guinness World Records title, having put together the largest bottle cap mosaic in a public park.
The artefacts were held in a case displaying 74 Roman, Byzantine and Islamic-era glass vessels in the American University of Beirut's Archaeological museum, located 3.2 kilometres (two miles) from the blast.
Beirut-based designer Bokja specialises in making upholstered furniture with vintage fabric but the studio's workers now dedicate their time to sewing colourful silk face masks to curb the spread of the new coronavirus.
The Solidarity Christmas Village, decked out with shining fairy lights and glittering trees, has been offering visitors free entry to watch concerts and pick up drinks and snacks.
Beirut resident Vany Bandikian once dreamt of travelling outside Lebanon, but after a massive explosion wrecked her neighbourhood, all she wants is to stay in the home her father built.
Lebanese bride Israa Seblani posed for a picture in the same place where she was taking her wedding photos yesterday at the moment of the explosion in Beirut.
Stepping into the delivery room where his wife Emmanuelle was about to give birth, Edmond Khnaisser meant to capture their son's first moments on camera.
It traces the antagonism between Beirut’s politicised cosmopolitanism and its surrounding trans-regional conflicts.
Local media reported that the 42-year-old Lebanese, Basem Hussein, booked a number of employees and citizens inside the Federil Bank in Hamra Street, central Beirut, by force of arms.
Another part of the Beirut’s giant port grain silos collapsed on Thursday causing a huge cloud of dust. Coincidently, Thursday happens to be the 2nd anniversary of a massive explosion two years ago in Beirut.