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Israeli army continue Lebanon offensive

Israeli tanks and hundreds of troops moved in and out of Lebanon on Saturday, taking over a village and battling Hezbollah militants by land, sea and air as part of a limited ground campaign. The soldiers — backed by artillery and tank fire — moved into the large Lebanese village of Maroun al-Ras in several waves and took control, military officials said on condition of anonymity. Tens of thousands of Lebanese fleeing north packed into the port of Sidon to escape the increased Israeli offensive. Full Story

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