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Lebanese villagers flee

Civilians fled battered villages in southern Lebanon on Monday after Israel said it would halt its air strikes but the Jewish state pledged to step up its offensive to root out Hizbollah guerrillas.Israeli planes fired two bombs into Lebanon to support ground troops battling Hizbollah near the border and artillery shells hit two southern frontier villages, Ramiyeh and Aita Shaab, according to the U.N. peacekeeping force in Lebanon.U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said a ceasefire to end the 20-day-old war between Israel and Hizbollah could be forged this week, but Israel rejected any immediate truce. Full Story

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