The infant, named Aya — Arabic for “a sign from God” — by hospital workers, may be able to leave the hospital as soon as Tuesday or Wednesday.
William Noun and Maria Fares met during two years ago after each of them lost a sibling in Beirut’s massive port blast. Noun proposed marriage earlier this month.
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Tension is high in the country following last month’s devastating explosion at Beirut’s port that killed nearly 200 people.
The Lebanese army said the fire is at a warehouse that stores oil and tires.
Mustapha Adib was named before French President Emmanuel Macron arrived in Beirut to push for reforms as the country faces several threats to its stability.
The FBI will assist with an investigation into the massive blast in Beirut that killed more than 170 people.
The explosion has fueled popular outrage against the country's top political leaders and security agencies, and led to the resignation of the government on Monday.
Anti-government protests erupted in Beirut after a warehouse explosion killed at least 160 people and injured thousands.