BEIRUT — Lebanese officials say the death toll from a residential building that collapsed in Beirut rose to 24 after the bodies of a man and his three sons were pulled from the rubble.
Red Cross head of operations George Kattaneh says 10 Lebanese and 14 foreigners died when the building collapsed Sunday evening in Beirut's Ashrafieh district after days of heavy rains.
Twelve others were injured.
Lebanese rescue workers searched the rubble from the five-story building throughout the night and on Monday, recovering several bodies, including that of Tanios Farhat and his three sons.
No survivors have been rescued since late Sunday night.