efe-epaBy Ana María Guzelian Beirut

Seawater is filling the huge crater caused by a massive explosion in the heart of Beirut that claimed 158 lives and left the Lebanese capital city battered and covered in dust and debris.

Pieces of clothing, the wreckage of buildings and ships that were in the harbor that day are still floating in the sea in Beirut.

At the entrance to the port, which has become a makeshift graveyard, divers and rescue teams aboard two boats continue the search for more bodies. EFE-EPA