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Destroyed Infrastructure Civilian Casualities Note: These pictures cover only a minute fraction of the destruction. Many pictures for important sites (such as ports, churches, hospitals, etc.) are still missing.
Entire (or major sections of) villages & towns turned to rubble


AP - Thu Aug 3, 7:05 PM ET
These two satellite images provided by GeoEye show the same area of Beirut, Lebanon before and after Israeli bombardment. The image on the left was taken Wednesday July 12, 2006, and the image on the right was taken Monday July 31, 2006. (AP Photo/GeoEye)
AP - Fri Jul 28, 8:50 AM ET
A toppled apartment building lies in the rubble next to other destroyed buildings, after an Israeli airstrike in the Hezbollah stronghold southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, Friday, July 28, 2006. Israeli warplanes struck three buildings in a village near the market town of Nabatiyeh in southern Lebanon as they renewed attacks on suspected Hezbollah targets on Friday, killing three people and wounding nine, including four children, Lebanese security officials said. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Tawil)
Reuters - Tue Aug 1, 8:54 AM ET
Lebanese civilians survey the damage to the southern suburbs of Beirut, site of intense Israeli air raids, August 1, 2006. (Issam Kobeisy/Reuters)
Reuters - Tue Aug 1, 9:46 AM ET
A former resident of Beirut's southern suburbs walks through the devastation after salvaging some belongings during a lull in Israeli strikes in Beirut August 1, 2006. REUTERS/Mohammed Azakir (LEBANON)
AP - Mon Jul 31, 11:36 AM ET
A high rise apartment building, left, reduced to rubble in the southern suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, Monday, July 31, 2006. After over two weeks of sustained Israeli airstrikes on the previously densely-populated Hezbollah-controlled area of the capital few civilians remain, though some ventured back Monday to salvage belongings taking advantage of the 48 hour pause in airstrike. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)
AP - Tue Aug 1, 4:18 PM ET
A partial view of the debris from several houses after Israeli missiles and bombs destroyed them, in the southern village of Srifa, Lebanon Tuesday Aug. 1, 2006. Three square blocks of Hayal Jumma neighborhood of Srifa have been levelled. The Lebanese Red Cross and the Civil Defense workers from Tyre, roughly 10 miles (16 kilometers) away, brought in a front-end loader on Tuesday to try to recover bodies that had been left buried in the rubble since the blistering assault more than 10 days ago. Red Cross officials said it's estimated 35 bodies are buried in the ruins of Srifa. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Reuters - Tue Aug 1, 1:42 PM ET
A Lebanese man raises his hands while standing amongst the rubble of a bombed house in the southern Lebanese village of Srifa August 1, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Hajj (LEBANON)
AP - Tue Aug 1, 4:04 PM ET
Inaya Haydar, 23, a Lebanese nurse steps cautiously over the debris that had been the homes of her uncles before Israeli missiles and bombs destroyed them in the southern village of Srifa, Lebanon Tuesday Aug. 1, 2006. Three square blocks of Hayal Jumma neighborhood of Srifa had been levelled. The Lebanese Red Cross and the Civil Defense workers from Tyre, roughly 10 miles (16 kilometers) away, brought in a front-end loader on Tuesday to try to recover bodies that had been left buried in the rubble since the blistering assault more than 10 days ago. Red Cross officials said it's estimated 35 bodies are buried in the ruins of Srifa. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Reuters - Mon Jul 24, 12:01 PM ET
Two Lebanese policemen talk next to a building destroyed by an Israeli air raid at Baalbek in al-Bekaa, east Beirut July 24, 2006. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (LEBANON)
AP - Wed Jul 19, 5:05 AM ET
A view of the destruction in the center of the southern market town of Nabatiyeh, Lebanon, after Israeli warplane missiles struck earlier, Wednesday July 19, 2006. Five people were killed, police and hospital officials said. The target was a commercial office of a firm belonging to Hezbollah, but those killed were all residents. Israel declared Tuesday it was ready to fight Hezbollah guerrillas for several more weeks, raising doubts about international efforts to broker an immediate cease-fire in the fighting that has killed more than 260 people and displaced 500,000. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
AP - Mon Jul 31, 10:08 AM ET
Elderly Lebanese walk through the rubble as they emerge from shelter during a lull in the fighting in the village of Bint Jbeil, southern Lebanon, Monday,July 31, 2006. The village has been the focal point of heavy fighting in recent days between Hezbollah guerrillas and Israeli troops. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)

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Beirut International Airport

AFP - Sat Jul 15, 2:46 AM ET
Smoke billows from an Israeli air raid on Beirut airport. Israeli and Lebanese residents are braced for increased hostilities after Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah vowed "open war" amid Israeli attacks that have raised international fears of a devastating regional conflict. (AFP/Joseph Barrak)
AFP - Fri Jul 14, 8:45 PM ET
Moon Fire : Smoke and flames rise from the fuel tanks of the Beirut International airport as the moon rises after an Israeli air strike in Beruit. (AFP/Joseph Barrak)
AFP - Fri Jul 14, 2:21 PM ET
Smoke and flames rise from burning fuel tanks at Beirut airport. The US government faced familiar calls to intervene, as the escalating Middle East conflict again held the region hostage to the misery of war. (AFP/Joseph Barrak)
AFP - Fri Jul 14, 1:07 PM ET
A plane sits on the tarmac while flames rise after an Israeli air strike on Beirut airport. Israel has pounded Lebanon for the third straight day, targeting Hezbollah's power base and the airport in relentless attacks that have killed about 60 people and left world powers scrambling to avoid all-out war in the region. (AFP/Ramzi Haidar)
Reuters - Fri Jul 14, 12:26 PM ET
Fire rises from Beirut international airport after being attacked by Israeli aircraft July 14, 2006. REUTERS/Shariff Karim

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Beirut's lighthouse

Reuters - Sat Jul 15, 3:01 PM ET
Beirut's lighthouse stands after it was bombarded by an Israeli warship, July 15, 2006. Israeli aircraft pounded areas in south, east and northern Lebanon on Saturday, a day after Hizbollah's chief declared an open war against the Jewish state following the bombardment of his stronghold in Beirut. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)

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TV and radio station's transimission towers and mobile phone antennas

AP - Sat Jul 22, 9:08 AM ET
Lebanese fire fighters put out a fire under a collapsed communications tower destroyed by Israeli warplanes after they blasted communications and television transmission towers in the northern Lebanese mountains Saturday, July 22, 2006 knocking off the air a leading private network and cutting phone links to some regions, police said. Fighter bombers fired three missiles at the transmission station at Fatqa in the Keserwan mountains, knocking out transmission antennas. The raid on Keserwan was the first major airstrike in the Christian heartland of Lebanon in the 11-day-old Israeli aerial bombardment, which has hammered mainly Shiite regions in the south and east as well as south Beirut. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)
AFP - Sat Jul 22, 10:28 AM ET
A Christian Lebanese woman inspects the destroyed transmission tower for the leading LBCI satellite television in Fatqa. Four civilians have been killed and seven others wounded in Israeli raids on various locations in Lebanon, including transmission towers that downed television and telephone networks.(AFP/Ramzi Haidar)
Reuters - Sat Jul 22, 1:38 PM ET
People survey television and mobile masts that were damaged by Israeli air strikes in Aito village in northern Lebanon July 22, 2006. REUTERS /Omar Ibrahim (LEBANON)
AP - Sat Jul 22, 9:10 AM ET
A Lebanese fire fighters walks under a satellite dish destroyed by Israeli warplanes after they blasted communications and television transmission towers in the northern Lebanese mountains Saturday, July 22 2006 , knocking off the air a leading private network and cutting phone links to some regions, police said. Fighter bombers fired three missiles at the transmission station at Fatqa in the Keserwan mountains, knocking out transmission antennas. The raid on Keserwan was the first major airstrike in the Christian heartland of Lebanon in the 11-day-old Israeli aerial bombardment, which has hammered mainly Shiite regions in the south and east as well as south Beirut. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)

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Bridges and roads that connect different Lebanese areas to each other

AP - Fri Aug 4, 9:55 AM ET
Lebanese citizens gather at the destroyed bridge of Halat, which links Beirut to northern Lebanon, Friday, Aug. 4, 2006, following an Israeli airstrike. Israel's pounding of Hezbollah positions across Lebanon expanded Friday with missiles targeting bridges in the Christian heartland north of Beirut for the first time. (AP Photo)
AP - Mon Jul 24, 7:12 AM ET
The top U.N. humanitarian official Jan Egeland, right, walks past the detroyed bridge of Mdeirej, on the main highway between Beirut and Damascus, east of Beirut, Lebanon, Monday, July 24, 2006, after Israeli warplanes targeted it few days before. Egeland said Sunday the United Nations would begin a relief operation in the next few days but cautioned the fleet of trucks and the ships that will bring in supplies need free access and security, which are so far lacking. (AP Photo)
Reuters - Thu Jul 13, 12:44 AM ET
A Lebanese citizen gestures near the ruined Qasmiya Bridge near Tyre in south Lebanon shortly after being bombed by Israeli warplanes July 12, 2006. (Adnan Hajj/Reuters)
Reuters - Tue Aug 1, 7:34 AM ET
A military car from Lebanon drives past a road which was damaged during an Israeli air raid in the village of Ayt al-Fakhar, about 85 km (53 miles) north of Beirut August 1, 2006. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (LEBANON)
AP - Sun Jul 30, 7:54 AM ET
Lebanese and Syrians drivers look at a crater at a road between the Lebanese and the Syrian checkpoints, 300 meters (yards) beyond a Lebanese customs post, at the Masnaa crossing, in the eastern Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, Sunday, July 30, 2006, after Israeli warplanes fired three missiles Saturday closing the road. Israeli missiles that landed near a Lebanese border post at the main Syria-Lebanon crossing closed the border between the two countries for the first time in the 18-day-old conflict, police officials said. (AP Photo/Samer Husseini)
AP - Mon Aug 7, 12:24 PM ET
Workers from the aid organisation Medecins Sans Frontieres,or Docotrs Without Borders, transfer medical supplies from a truck by hand intended for southern Lebanon across the Litani River north of the port city of Tyre, southern Lebanon, Monday, Aug. 7, 2006. The only road link that crossed the river between Tyre in south Lebanon and Sidon was destroyed by Israeli bombardment overnight, essentially sealing the city from the rest of the country. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
AP - Mon Aug 7, 1:58 PM ET
A worker from the aid organization Medecins Sans Frontieres, or Doctors Without Borders, carries medical supplies intended for southern Lebanon after crossing the Litani River north of the port city of Tyre, southern Lebanon, Monday, Aug. 7, 2006. The only road link that crossed the river between Tyre in south Lebanon and Sidon was destroyed by Israeli bombardment overnight, essentially sealing the city from the rest of the country. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)

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Ambulances

AP - Thu Jul 27, 9:37 AM ET
A hole caused by an Israeli warplane missile can be seen atop the roof of a Lebanese Red Cross ambulance, one of the ambulances that were hit by Iraeli warplane missiles Sunday, in the southern coastal city of Tyre, Lebanon, Thursday July 27, 2006. Two ambulances with six workers, transporting a wounded man, a woman and an 11-year-old, were struck on Sunday but they all survived. Israel pounded suspected Hezbollah positions across Lebanon Thursday, extending its air campaign a day after suffering its highest one-day casualty toll since its military offensive began. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
AP - Thu Jul 27, 10:38 AM ET
The remains of an ambulance that was apparently hit by an Israeli attack a few days previously, in the town of Qana in southern Lebanon Wednesday, July 26, 2006. Thousands of Lebanese civilians are believed to remain in the areas around Qana, Tibnin and further south, with many trapped in their homes by Israeli bombardment. (AP Photo/Sheryl Mendez)
AFP - Thu Jul 13, 3:34 AM ET
Lebanese soldiers and civilians check the damage to an ambulance that was hit during an Israeli airstrike in Zahrani, in southern Lebanon. Israeli warplanes bombed Beirut's international airport before dawn and killed at least 27 Lebanese civilians in a series of raids after Israel vowed a harsh response to the killing and capture of its soldiers by Hezbollah guerrillas(AFP/Ramzi Haidar)

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Power plants and power stations

AP - Fri Jul 28, 1:24 PM ET
Smoke rises from fuel storage containers at a power plant that was hit a number of of days ago in an Israeli missile strike in Jiyeh, Lebanon, south of Beirut, Friday, July 28, 2006. Much of Lebanon's coastline is now awash with crude oil believed to originate from the Jiyeh power plant, some 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of the Lebanese capital, which has been ablaze since it was targeted by Israeli airstrikes and is said to have leaked 15,000 tons of oil into the Mediterranean sea, according to local environmental organisations. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
AFP - Fri Jul 14, 6:55 PM ET
Lebanese civilians run after an Israeli air raid hit the electricity station in Jieh, 25km south of Beirut. Israel bombed the home of Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah in Beirut in what the Israeli media said was an assassination attempt on the third day of relentless attacks on Lebanon.(AFP/Ramzi Haidar)
AFP - Sun Jul 16, 6:31 AM ET
Petrol tanks are on fire at the al-Jieh electricity station following an Israeli air strike in Jieh, 15 kms south of Beirut. Syria has warned it would respond directly and by all means necessary to any Israeli attack on its territory, in its first official reaction to Israel's offensive on neighbouring Lebanon.(AFP/Mahmoud Zayat)

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Private factories all over Lebanon

Reuters - Thu Jul 20, 6:15 AM ET
A chocolate factory is seen after it was targeted by Israeli air strikes in the Hizbollah stronghold of southern Beirut July 20, 2006. REUTERS/Sharif Karim (LEBANON)
Reuters - Thu Jul 20, 6:09 AM ET
A Lebanese man cries at the area of his demolished paper factory after it was targeted by Israeli air strikes in the Hizbollah stronghold of southern Beirut July 20, 2006. REUTERS/Sharif Karim (LEBANON)
Reuters - Mon Jul 17, 5:58 AM ET
A Fireman fights a blaze in a factory that was targeted by Israeli missiles in Choweyfet, southern Beirut July 17, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Hajj (LEBANON)
Reuters - Mon Jul 17, 5:26 AM ET
A factory burns after it was hit by Israeli missiles in Saida, southern Lebanon July 17, 2006. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
Reuters - Sun Jul 16, 9:38 AM ET
A man looks at a burning plastic factory in Tyre, south Lebanon July 16, 2006, after it was targeted by Israeli air strikes. Israeli air raids shook Beirut on Sunday, the fifth day of a devastating assault on Hizbollah and Lebanon that has prompted no U.N. Security Council action and only a mild plea for restraint from Israel's U.S. ally. REUTERS/Haidar Hawila (LEBANON)
AFP - Sun Jul 23, 7:17 PM ET
Smoke billows after a factory was hit with an Israeli air strike in the Bekaa Valley in eastern Lebanon. Israel captured two fighters from Hezbollah as it kept up its blistering air and ground blitz on Lebanon despite accusations from the UN relief chief it was "violating humanitarian law".(AFP/Hassan Jarrah)

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Mosques, Churches, and Huseyniyat

AP - Wed Jul 26, 1:38 PM ET
Lebanese men survey the damage to a building hit in an Israeli missile strike next to a mosque in the village of Zifta, north of the port city of Tyre in southern Lebanon, Wednesday, July 26, 2006. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)

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Journalist convoys

AP - Mon Jul 24, 4:30 AM ET
In this undated photo released by the Lebanese magazine Al-Jaras, Lebanese photographer Layal Nejib, 23, smiles, in Beirut, Lebanon. Layal Nejib who worked for al-Jaras magazine was killed Sunday when an Israeli strike hit near her taxi in southern Lebanon, the first journalist to die in Israel's offensive, security officials said. (AP Photo/Al-Jaras Magazine)
AP - Mon Jul 24, 4:28 AM ET
In this photo released by the Lebanese magazine Al-Jaras, Lebanese photographer Layal Nejib, 23, center, interviews a Beirut resident, in Beirut, Lebanon, July, 2006... (AP Photo/Al-Jaras Magazine)

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The polluted sea

AP - Fri Jul 28, 11:37 AM ET
A layer of crude oil covers the Ramlet el-Beida public beach in Beirut, Lebanon Friday, July 28, 2006. Much of Lebanon's coastline is now awash with crude oil believed to originate from the Jiyeh power plant, some 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of the Lebanese capital, which has been ablaze since it was targeted by Israeli airstrikes and is said to have leaked about15,000 tons of oil into the Mediterranean sea, according to local environmental organisations. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
AP - Fri Jul 28, 11:33 AM ET
A layer of crude oil covers the Ramlet el-Beida public beach in Beirut, Lebanon Friday, July 28, 2006. Much of Lebanon's coastline is now awash with crude oil believed to originate from the Jiyeh power plant, some 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of the Lebanese capital, which has been ablaze since it was targeted by Israeli airstrikes and is said to have leaked some 15,000 tons of oil into the Mediterranean sea, according to local environmental organisations. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
AP - Fri Jul 28, 11:37 AM ET
Regular swimmers until recently Abdel-Latif Hassan, 69, left, and Mohammed Kamel al-Ruby, 52, sit in front of a layer of crude oil which covers the Ramlet el-Beida public beach in Beirut, Lebanon Friday, July 28, 2006. Much of Lebanon's coastline is now awash with crude oil believed to originate from the Jiyeh power plant, some 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of the Lebanese capital, which has been ablaze since it was targeted by Israeli airstrikes and is said to have leaked about15,000 tons of oil into the Mediterranean sea, according to local environmental organisations. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

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UN posts and personnel

Reuters - Thu Jul 27, 7:24 AM ET
The United Nations observer post of the U.N Interim Forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL) in south Lebanon that was destroyed by Israeli forces is seen in this photo released July 27, 2006. EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/U.N Press Office/Handout (LEBANON)
AP - Thu Jul 27, 6:03 AM ET
This photo released Thursday, July 27, 2006, taken on Wednesday, July 26, 2006, by the United Nations Interim Force In Lebanon, shows a U.N. observation post that was damaged after it was hit by an Israeli air strike Tuesday, killing four U.N. observers, in the town of Khiam, on the Lebanese Israeli border, southern Lebanon. The United States blocked the U.N. Security Council from issuing a statement that would have condemned Israel's bombing of the U.N. post, in which four military observers were killed. (AP Photo/UNIFIL)
AP - Wed Jul 26, 5:55 AM ET
U.N. troops carry the body of one of the three unarmed U.N. military observers killed by an Israeli bombardment on the southern Lebanese town of Khiam, late Tuesday, at a hospital in the southern city of Marjayoun, Lebanon, Wednesday, July 26, 2006. An Israeli bomb destroyed a U.N. observation post in southern Lebanon, killing three unarmed military observers in what U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan said appeared to be a deliberate attack. (AP Photo/Lotfallah Daher)

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The displaced

AP - Tue Aug 1, 5:02 PM ET
Lebanese residents walk through the rubble from Israeli strikes after emerging from shelter as they flee their homes during a lull in the shelling in the village of Aitaroun, southern Lebanon, on the border with Israel, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
AFP - Tue Aug 1, 4:27 AM ET
Lebanese photographer Wael Ladki carries an elderly woman found alive in the rubble of her house in the southern border town of Bint Jbeil. Israel approved the expansion of its ground offensive in Lebanon, dashing hopes of an early end to the three-week old conflict despite a renewed international push for a ceasefire(AFP/Hassan Ammar)
AP - Tue Aug 1, 3:19 PM ET
An elderly Lebanese couple emerges from shelter as they flee during a lull in the shelling in the village of Aitaroun, southern Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
Reuters - Tue Aug 1, 8:44 AM ET
A Lebanese family flees Israeli bombing of the village of Aitaron to Bent Jbail, south Lebanon, August 1, 2006. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (LEBANON)
Reuters - Tue Aug 1, 1:33 PM ET
A Lebanese family flees Israeli bombing of the village of Aitaron to Bent Jbail, south Lebanon, August 1, 2006. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)
AFP - Tue Aug 1, 12:52 PM ET
Lebanese women carry their luggage, 01 August 2006, amid the rubble of buildings destroyed in Israeli bombardment. Israel will resume full air attacks against Hezbollah positions in Lebanon early Wednesday, Trade Minister Eli Yishai told army radio.(AFP/Hassan Ibrahim)
Reuters - Tue Aug 1, 1:58 PM ET
A Lebanese evacuee cries as she huddles her child after arriving in Sidon, south Lebanon, August 1, 2006. A convoy of cars carrying civilians escaped from the southern Lebanese village of Aitaroun, near the Israeli border, before the end of a ceasefire on Tuesday night. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
Reuters - Tue Aug 1, 12:37 AM ET
A Lebanese woman holding her baby cries after evacuating by foot from the war torn town of Bent Jbail, south Lebanon, July 31, 2006. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)
AFP - Tue Aug 1, 1:19 PM ET
A Lebanese family makes its way through the rubble at the Masnaa border crossing with Syria. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has ordered his forces to step up their readiness in the face of Israel's continuing offensive on Lebanon as the military marked Army Day.(AFP/Joseph Barrak)
AFP - Fri Jul 28, 4:32 AM ET
Lebanese refugees, who fled their homes due to the Israeli offensive, sleep in a public park turned into a shelter for displaced people in Beirut. Israel pressed its bombardment of Lebanon and mobilised thousands more reservists as its main international backers Britain and the United States were set for a White House summit(AFP/Nicolas Asfouri)
AFP - Sat Jul 22, 8:02 AM ET
Lebanese children take refuge in a park. Despite meager resources, Palestinian refugee camps in southern Lebanon opened their doors Saturday to villagers fleeing Israeli bombardments on the south.(AFP/Anwar Amro)
Reuters - Sat Jul 29, 7:05 AM ET
A Lebanese child sleeps at a school serving as a temporary shelter for evacuees in Beirut July 29, 2006.REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
Reuters - Mon Jul 31, 6:52 AM ET
Lebanese refugees wash dishes near water tanks at a Beirut school July 31, 2006. Official sources say more than 750,000 people have been displaced due to the violence in southern Lebanon. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
Reuters - Sat Jul 29, 8:51 AM ET
Lebanese children flash victory signs at a school serving as a temporary shelter for evacuees in Beirut July 29, 2006. REUTERS/Sharif Karim (LEBANON)
Reuters - Mon Jul 31, 2:08 PM ET
A Lebanese girl living in a camp for evacuees looks on at a school in the city of Zahle, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Beirut July 31, 2006. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (LEBANON)
Reuters - Fri Jul 28, 12:01 PM ET
A Lebanese refugee who fled from southern Beirut cries at a school serving as a temporary shelter for refugees in Beirut July 28, 2006. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (LEBANON)

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The wounded

Reuters - Mon Jul 17, 5:23 PM ET
A girl, who was injured by Sunday's Israeli air strike, is treated in Jaball Amel hospital in the southern Lebanon town of Tyre July 17, 2006. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (LEBANON)
Reuters - Sat Jul 29, 1:39 PM ET
A Lebanese man lies in Heram hospital in the port-city of Tyre (Soure), in south Lebanon after he was injured in an Israeli air raid in Bint Jebil, July 29, 2006. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (LEBANON)
AFP - Sat Jul 29, 4:24 AM ET
Seven-year-old Hayat Khaled, who was wounded in an Israeli air strike in the southern Lebanese city of Nabatiyeh, lies on her hospital bed in Beirut. Israeli planes blasted south Lebanon for the 17th day as an unbowed Hezbollah launched a new type of missile at the Jewish state and the United States and Britain again ruled out a quick truce in the escalating conflict.(AFP/Wael Ladki)
Reuters - Sat Jul 29, 6:08 AM ET
A Lebanese boy that was forced to flee the south of Lebanon stands inside a shelter in Saida, July 28, 2006. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
AP - Mon Jul 24, 5:45 AM ET
Injured Palestinian girl Reem Shahrour, 18 months, is seen at the hospital after her family's house was among those attacked by Israeli warplane missiles that caused 6 injuries in the Palestinian Rashidia refugee camp on the outskirts of the southern Lebanese city of Tyre, Monday, July 24, 2006. Israeli forces expanded their incursion into Lebanon on Monday, fighting Hezbollah guerrillas around a major southern town, as the U.S. secretary of state joined diplomatic attempts to stop the Israeli bombardment and Hezbollah rocket attacks. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)
Reuters - Sat Jul 29, 1:38 PM ET
M'Hamed Haourani consoles his daughter Alae at the Heram hospital in the port-city of Tyre (Soure), in south Lebanon, after they were injured in an Israeli air raid in Bint Jebil July 29, 2006. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (LEBANON)
Reuters - Wed Jul 26, 1:47 PM ET
Mohamed Mowannes cries in a hospital in Beirut July 26,2006. Mowannes was injured by the Israeli attacks on Tyre in south Lebanon and transported to a hospital in Beirut. REUTERS/Adnan Hajj (LEBANON)
AP - Fri Jul 28, 8:29 AM ET
An injured woman from an Israeli attack Radiah Shaito, 54, reacts after she heard that her husband dead body still at a van in the road since five days ago near the southern port city of Tyre, as she lies in her hospital bed, at the Rafik Hariri hospital in Beirut, Lebanon Friday, July 28, 2006. Radiah said three members of the Shaito family were killed and nine injured oustide their village Tiri near Bent Jbail in southern Lebanon, when their convoy was struck by an Israeli airstrike after they ventured from their houses after running out of food and water. The family claimed that a U.N. convoy stopped to take their photographs but did not provide assistance and they were finally taken to Beirut by the Lebanese Red Cross. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
Reuters - Fri Jul 28, 12:40 PM ET
A Lebanese boy who was injured in an Israeli bombing in the south of Lebanon lies in his hospital bed at the Hammoud University Medical Center in Saida, July 28, 2006. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (LEBANON)
Reuters - Mon Jul 24, 11:53 AM ET
Ahmed Ballouk sits next to his daughter Zeinab at the Rayak hospital in al- Bekaa, east Beirut July 24, 2006, after they were injured in an Israeli air raid in the eastern city of Ali Hahle. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (LEBANON)
AP - Tue Jul 25, 10:01 AM ET
Lebanese girl Fatmeh Ali, 12, lies in her hospital bed a day after celebrating her birthday in the Rafik Hariri hospital, in Beirut, Lebanon Tuesday, July 25, 2006 following being injured last week by Israeli airstrikes that targeted the village of Blida in southern Lebanon, inflicting injuries to her legs, arms and head. She was taken to Beirut for treatment by the Lebanese Red Cross. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
Reuters - Sun Jul 30, 1:13 PM ET
Aya Ali, 8, one of many victims of Israeli shelling from the south Lebanese city of Tyre, waits to be flown to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for treatment at the Beirut airport July 30, 2006. A UAE military plane landed with medical supplies and ten wounded civilians were flown for medical treatment in the UAE during the plane's return. REUTERS/Sharif Karim (LEBANON)
AFP - Tue Jul 25, 11:53 AM ET
A Lebanese civilian injured in Israeli air strikes lies in bed at Jabal Amel Hospital in the southern Lebanese city of Tyre. An Israeli missile killed a family of seven when it slammed into their home in southern Lebanon, as eight militants were reported dead in intense clashes close to the border.(AFP/Hassan Ammar)
Reuters - Sun Jul 16, 10:23 AM ET
Marwa Abdallah, who survived Saturday's attack on a van in Tyre where twenty people where killed, rests at a hospital in Saida, south Lebanon July 16, 2006. Israeli air raids shook Beirut on Sunday, the fifth day of a devastating assault on Hizbollah and Lebanon that has prompted no U.N. Security Council action and only a mild plea for restraint from Israel's U.S. ally. REUTERS/Haidar Hawila (LEBANON)
Reuters - Mon Aug 7, 12:52 PM ET
Ayah Tamer Yassin, 3, a Lebanese girl, receives medical treatment at Nabatiyeh hospital, after being injured in an Israeli air raid near their house in the village of Kfartibneet in south Lebanon August 7, 2006. Her brother was killed during the raid. REUTERS/Kamel Jaber (LEBANON)
AP - Mon Aug 7, 3:25 PM ET
A Lebanese injured woman cries as a man reacts next to her at a hospital in the suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon, Monday, Aug. 7, 2006, after an Israeli warplane missile targeted the southern suburbs of Chiah shortly after nightfall. The Lebanese death toll included at least ten people killed after nightfall in the missile attack on the Beirut suburb considered a Hezbollah stronghold. (AP Photo)
Reuters - Mon Aug 7, 2:50 PM ET
A Lebanese woman cries as she reaches for her wounded brother at a Beirut hospital after an Israeli strike on Beirut's southern suburbs August 7, 2006. Police said at least five people were killed and 24 wounded after a strike on a crowded residential neighbourhood. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
AP - Mon Jul 24, 3:12 PM ET
Lebanese Nohad Jain, left, holds her son Mahmoud, seriously wounded with burns in his whole body when the family car was struck by an Israeli warplane missile while they were fleeing from the village of Mansouri, Sunday, sail toward the waiting ship Princesa Marissa during their evacuation out of Lebanon, from the southern coastal city of Tyre, Monday July 24, 2006. Jain had her two other sons and her daugher also wounded and evacuated with her, but her husband was killed in the attack. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made a surprise visit to Lebanon Monday to launch diplomatic efforts aimed at ending 13 days of warfare as Israeli ground forces pushed deeper into the country in heavy fighting with Hezbollah guerrillas. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Assafir (Lebanese) Newspaper
A 7-year-old Lebanese boy fights for his life on a hospital bed in Saida 7 July 2006 after being injured in an Israeli air raid (AFP)
Assafir (Lebanese) Newspaper
Drivers carry away Lebanese Ali Wahid after he was seriously wounded in his car, while he was driving past a bridge when was struck by an Israeli warplane missile - Rmayleh, 17th July 2006 (AP)
Reuters - Fri Aug 4, 2:39 AM ET
A severely wounded Lebanese civilian is carried away on a stretcher at Maameltain bridge, after it was targeted by Israeli air strikes, in the north of Beirut August 4, 2006. Israel struck three bridges linking Beirut to the north of the country in morning raids, killing at least 6 people. REUTERS/Adnan Hajj (LEBANON)
Reuters - Mon Aug 7, 12:42 PM ET
Lebanese civil defence workers try to pull out Sahar Zabad, who was found alive, from the rubble of a destroyed house in the south Lebanese village of Ghaziyeh after an Israeli air raid August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
AP - Mon Aug 7, 1:51 PM ET
Lebanese Sahar Zabad is rescued from under the rubble of a collapsed building in the town of Ghaziyeh, near the southern port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Monday, Aug. 7, 2006, after three Israeli air raids destroyed three buildings, killing at least four people and wounding 14 others, according to hospital officials. Israeli commandos landed on a southern hilltop near Lebanon's Mediterranean coast on Monday, fighting Hezbollah in close combat in a bid to destroy its rocket launchers, as warplanes launched fresh airstrikes across the country, killing at least 28 people. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)

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The dead

AFP - Fri Jul 21, 2:41 PM ET
A Lebanese woman from the southern village of Marwahin is comforted by a relative as she cries near the coffin of a loved one, as 72 people killed in Israeli air strikes in southern Lebanon were buried in a temporary mass grave, due to lack of space at the hospital's morgue, in Tyre.(AFP/Hassan Ammar)
Reuters - Mon Aug 7, 6:14 AM ET
A Lebanese woman and her son mourn the loss of their relatives as a civil defence worker (R) tries to help her, after their relatives' house was destroyed by an Israeli air raid on the south Lebanese village of Ghassaniyeh August 7, 2006. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
AP - Tue Aug 8, 10:21 AM ET
Lebanese mourners react while the coffins of their relatives, who were killed in an Israeli attack, are carried towards the cemetery during their funeral at the village of Brital in the eastern Bekaa Valley, Lebanon Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006. According to the director of the Dar El Amal hospital Dr. Rakan Allam, they were victims of Israeli war plane missiles that killed ten and wounded 18. Battles between Israeli forces and Hezbollah guerrillas raged Tuesday across southern Lebanon as diplomats at the United Nations struggled to keep a peace plan from collapsing over Arab demands for an immediate Israeli withdrawal. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)
AP - Tue Aug 8, 12:05 PM ET
The body of Lebanese Hadi Jaafar, 2, lies on the floor as he is prepared to be buried in the southern town of Ghaziyeh, near the port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006, after he was killed when Israeli airstrikes flattened three buildings Monday killing fifteen people. Israeli airstrikes hit near a funeral procession in Ghaziyeh on Tuesday, sending 1,500 mourners wailing through the streets and killing at least six people in nearby buildings, witnesses and the town's mayor said. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)
AP - Tue Aug 8, 12:46 PM ET
The father of Lebanese Hadi Jaafar, 2, cries during the funeral of his son and other citizens in the southern town of Ghaziyeh, near the port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006, after they were killed when Israeli airstrikes flattened three buildings Monday killing fifteen people. Israeli airstrikes hit near a funeral procession in Ghaziyeh on Tuesday, sending 1,500 mourners wailing through the streets and killing at least six people in nearby buildings, witnesses and the town's mayor said. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)
AP - Tue Aug 8, 1:40 PM ET
Lebanese mourners carry the bodies of civilians as others hold a banner during a mass funeral in the southern town of Ghaziyeh, near the port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2006, after they were killed when Israeli airstrikes flattened three buildings Monday killing fifteen people. Israeli airstrikes hit near a funeral procession in south Lebanon on Tuesday, sending some of the 1,500 mourners running in panic and killing at least 13 people in nearby buildings, witnesses, hospital officials and the town's mayor said. Arabic writing on the banner reads 'This is the democracy of America and Israel: Massacres and Destruction.' (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)
Reuters - Sat Jul 29, 8:57 AM ET
An elderly Lebanese woman cries over coffins at Palestinian refugee camp Albass in the centre of southern Lebanon's town of Tyre (Soure) July 29, 2006. The coffins contained the bodies of 40 people killed by Israeli air strikes over the last few days. REUTERS/Nikola Solic
Reuters - Fri Jul 21, 11:51 AM ET
Lebanese Muslim religious leaders attend a prayer for the bodies of 76 people killed by Israeli air strikes over the last few days, at the Palestinian refugee camp Albass in the centre of southern Lebanon's town of Tyre (Soure) July 21, 2006. All the bodies will be buried in a joint mass grave. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (LEBANON)
AFP - Fri Jul 21, 2:41 PM ET
Coffins containing the bodies of 72 people killed in Israeli air strikes in southern Lebanon are lined up to be buried in a temporary mass grave, due to lack of space at the hospital's morgue, in Tyre.(AFP/Hassan Ammar)
AFP - Sat Jul 29, 3:19 PM ET
A Lebanese boy covers his nose during a mass burial in the southern port city of Tyre. Thirty-two Lebanese villagers killed in Israeli raids were laid to rest in a mass grave in the southern port city of Tyre, with bulldozers shovelling earth over the long trench and not even relatives to shed tears on them.(AFP/Hassan Ammar)
AP - Sun Jul 30, 7:31 AM ET
A man looks at the bodies of Lebanese victims, recovered from the rubble of a demolished building that was struck by Israeli war plane missiles at the village of Qana, after being prepared to be sent to the morgue at the Tyre Government Hospital in the southern Lebanon city of Tyre, Sunday, July 30, 2006. Dozens of civilians, including at least 20 children, were killed Sunday in an Israeli airstrike that flattened houses in this southern Lebanon village _ the deadliest attack in 19 days of fighting. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)
AP - Sun Jul 30, 1:01 PM ET
Lebanese Red Cross and Civil Defense workers carry the body of a small child covered in dust from the rubble of his home that was hit in an Israeli missile strike in the village of Qana, east of the port city of Tyre, Lebanon Sunday, July 30, 2006. Lebanese Red Cross officials said 56 people died in the Israeli assault on the village, including 34 children. Rescuers dug through the debris to remove dozens of bodies. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
AP - Sun Jul 30, 7:08 AM ET
Lebanese Red Cross volunteers carry a stretcher with the bodies of two children recovered under the rubble of a demolished building that was struck by Israeli war plane missiles at the village of Qana near the southern Lebanon city of Tyre, Sunday, July 30, 2006. At least 50 people, including scores of children, were killed Sunday in an Israeli airstrike on this southern Lebanon village _ the deadliest attack in 19 days of fighting. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Reuters - Mon Jul 31, 12:44 AM ET
Rescuers carry a victim outside the Tyre hospital after an Israeli air raid on Qana killed more than 54 people, 37 of them children, in south Lebanon, July 30, 2006. (Ali Hashisho/Reuters)
AP - Tue Aug 1, 4:30 PM ET
A civil defense worker carries the body of Lebanese child recovered from the rubble of a demolished building that was struck by an Israeli airstrike at the village of Qana near the southern Lebanon city of Tyre, Sunday, July 30, 2006. The Associated Press and two other news agencies on Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006,rejected challenges to the veracity of photographs of bodies taken in the aftermath of an Israeli airstrike in Lebanon, strongly denying that the images were staged. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)
Reuters - Mon Jul 31, 1:54 AM ET
A Lebanese volunteer carries a child killed in an Israeli air raid in Qana, 4 miles from the port-city of Tyre (Soure) in south Lebanon, July 30, 2006. (Zohra Bensemra/Reuters)
AP - Sun Jul 30, 4:30 AM ET
Civil defense workers recover a body of Lebanese victim from the rubble of a demolished building that was struck by Israeli war plane missiles at the village of Qana near the southern Lebanon city of Tyre, Sunday, July 30, 2006. Israeli missiles struck this southern Lebanese village early Sunday, flattening houses on top of sleeping residents. Lebanese security officials said more than 20 people were killed in the 1 a.m. (2200GMT) air strike at Qana. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)
Reuters - Wed Aug 2, 1:16 PM ET
A Lebanese man holds the body of his child after he was killed during an overnight Israeli airborne operation on the eastern Lebanese city of Baalbeck, 60 miles (100 km) northeast of Beirut, August 2, 2006. Israeli commandoes snatched three Hizbollah members, killing 19 civilians in the raid. REUTERS/Mohammed Solh (LEBANON)
Reuters - Tue Aug 8, 9:37 AM ET
A Lebanese civil defence worker removes the body of a toddler from the wreckage of a building August 8, 2006 that was hit by an Israeli raid in Beirut. The attack which took place yesterday on Chiyah, a residential neighbourhood in Beirut, killed 13 people and wounded dozens according to police. REUTERS/Issam Kobeisy (LEBANON)
AP - Fri Aug 4, 9:28 AM ET
Lebanese civil defense rescuers try to evacuate the body of a Lebanese man who was killed when an Israeli airstrike targeted the bridge of Madfoun, which links Beirut to northern Lebanon, Friday, Aug. 4, 2006. Israel's pounding of Hezbollah positions across Lebanon expanded Friday with missiles targeting bridges in the Christian heartland north of Beirut for the first time, killing four civilians and wounded ten, the Lebanese Red Cross said. (AP Photo)
AP - Sat Jul 29, 3:33 PM ET
A Lebanese medic examines the body of Ali Haraki after he died from serious injuries at a hospital in the market town of Nabatiyeh, southern Lebanon, Saturday, July 29, 2006, following an Israeli airstrike that hit his house in the village of Nmairieh killing his mother and 4 of his siblings. Israeli troops pulled back on Sunday from a Lebanese border town where they battled Hezbollah guerrillas for a week in the bloodiest ground fighting of the 18-day-old Israeli offensive. Warplanes blasted bridges and demolished houses, killing seven people including a woman and her five children. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)
AP - Tue Aug 1, 12:36 PM ET
The body of a Lebanese man killed in an Israeli strike lies dead on his kitchen floor in the village of Ainata, southern Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
AP - Thu Jul 27, 10:33 AM ET
The bodies of passengers remain in their seats in a minibus that was hit by an Israeli attack a few days previously, on a road near Tibnin north of Bint Jbail in southern Lebanon Wednesday, July 26, 2006. Thousands of Lebanese civilians are believed to remain in the areas around Tibnin and further south, many trapped in their homes by Israeli bombardment. (AP Photo/Sheryl Mendez)
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Teir Hafra - 15 July 2006 (AP)
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Teir Hafra - 15 July 2006 (AP)
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A body of a man from the southern village of Marwahin, who was killed along with 17 others near the village of Shamaa - 20 July 2006
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A member of the Lebanese Red Cross walks past a badly burnt body in Beirut's port, which was targeted by Israeli warplanes on the 17th of July, 2006 (Rueters)

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Updated: 08 August 2006