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Lebanese towns desolated by the bombings of Israel

I THROW, 28 of July. The Israeli aviation bombarded 130 targets in the dawn of this Friday, while the night it was marked by the attacks of the marine one and the Zionist artillery, in a destruction combination and death that it desolated whole towns
Lebanese towns desolated by the bombings of Israel([search]) I THROW, 28 of July. The Israeli aviation bombarded 130 targets in the dawn of this Friday, while the night it was marked by the attacks of the marine one and the Zionist artillery, in a destruction combination and death that it desolated whole towns. The heavy artillery of Israel fired about 160 projectiles against Aitaroun, to less than a kilometer of the frontier line, EFE added. A hundred of houses, half of those that conform the village, was totally destroyed. Not very, the marine one had shot about 40 projectiles against the town of Hallousiye, near the port of Shot, destroying about 20 buildings. Airplanes Israelis also made diverse attacks in the surroundings of Shot and of Nabatiye and in 50 occasions they bombarded a town in the valley of Bekaa. Among so much, United States ordered the evacuation of non indispensable diplomats and relatives highlighted in Beirut, while in the Security Council a lament declaration was adopted by the Israeli attack against a position of the UN that caused four dead among the international observers. The Canadian widow of the military one that died in that bombing reiterated that the aggression was premeditated, although in the Security Council United States achieved that the declaration didn't accuse its Zionist ally for the crime. The other observers that perished were from Austria, Finland and China whose ambassador in UN claimed a declaration of strong condemnation to Tel Aviv.
 
 

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