Thousands of people are being evacuated from Lebanon, in an often traumatic operation described as one of the largest mass evacuations since World War II.
Many of those with dual nationality are leaving relatives behind, worried for their safety amid an ongoing Israeli military offensive against Hezbollah.
Israel's military campaign against the Hezbollah militia, launched after two of its troops were captured, continued apace on Tuesday.
In a grim daily routine, Lebanese examine the rubble of buildings hit by overnight bombing raids, here in the city of Tyre in the south of the country.
Rescue workers comb the wreckage for any signs of survivors, or of people killed in the attack.
Those who cannot leave are gathering food supplies in an effort to see out the violence.
In northern Israel, residents are becoming used to spending long parts of the day in rocket-proof shelters awaiting Hezbollah attacks.
And emotional funerals are taking place for those killed by Hezbollah rockets in the northern city of Haifa.