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Khodor Kamaledine and his son Nabil lay in a hospital bed in Sarafand after they were wounded in an Israeli attack in Srifa, Lebanon. Fifteen houses in Srifa were flattened by Israeli airstrikes.

Israel hits Hezbollah stronghold

Militants say Beirut bombing missed leaders

By Matthew Kalman and Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Correspondent and Globe Staff / July 20, 2006

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BEIRUT -- Israeli warplanes last night dropped bombs on a bunker in south Beirut where Israel said Hezbollah leaders were meeting, dramatically escalating the conflict on the deadliest day yet in Israel's week-long offensive against the Islamic militant group. (Full article: 1082 words)

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