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Tourists Flee Lebanon, Hizbollah Continues Military Strikes, Italy slams Israeli

Thousands of tourists, mostly Gulf Arab nationals, fled by road to Syria Thursday after Israeli air attacks closed Beirut international airport. Meanwhile Hizbollah continued with military retaliations in southern Lebanon wounding eleven Israelis when Katyusha-style rockets fired from by Hezbollah militants Lebanon exploded in the town of Safed in northern Israel. The Lebanese government is demanding a “comprehensive ceasefire” and end to Israeli assault on Lebanon. Greece joined the growing international condemnation of Israeli attack on Lebanon expressing “serious concern” over Israeli attacks in Lebanon, and urged neighboring countries to show restraint. While a government spokesman in Greece urged the militant group Hezbollah to release Israeli soldiers held hostage. Full Story

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