Salma Hayek continues to show her love for Beirut, Lebanon in the city's time of need.
The Frida star, 53, wrote, 'I [love] you Beirut,' adding the hashtags, #beirut #lebanon and #tbt,' following a Tuesday explosion that killed at least 135 people and left at least 5,000 hurt.
Hayek, who's married to billionaire businessman Francois-Henri Pinault, wore a creme colored top in the image, with multiple buildings in the background.
The Oscar-nominated actress spoke on Tuesday about the deadly blast, writing, 'Today two explosions devastated the capital of the already hurting Lebanon.
'My broken heart goes out to all the people who have lost loved ones and who are in the affected areas of my beloved Beirut.'
An initial probe of the incident on Wednesday explored the possibility that the explosive fertilizer known as ammonium nitrate was not properly stored, the AP reported.
Multiple port authorities were arrested in connection with the explosions.
Hayek was one of a number of celebs to take to social media and acknowledge the tragedy, as others included Naomi Campbell, Ariana Grande, Kate Hudson and Heidi Klum.
Campbell wrote, 'My thoughts, prayers and love go out to the people of Lebanon and their families,' while Grande said, 'My heart, my love, my condolences are with Lebanon and everyone affected by the tragedy.'
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump said in a White House briefing that he was unsure of the cause of the blasts, and whether they were accidental or intentional.
'Whatever happened, it’s terrible, but they don’t really know what it is - nobody knows yet,' Trump said. 'How can you say accident if somebody left some terrible explosive-type devices and things around perhaps - perhaps it was that. Perhaps it was an attack. I don’t think anybody can say right now. We’re looking into it very strongly right now.'
He continued: 'Some people think it was an attack and some people think it wasn’t. In any event, it was a terrible event and a lot of people were killed and a tremendous number of people were badly wounded, injured. And we’re standing with that country.
'I’ve heard it both ways. It could have been an accident and it could have also been something that was very offensive.'
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