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A Lebanese citizen took refuge inside a hospital in the southern Lebanon village of Tibnin. The hospital, a last resort for many terrified residents, has no power and scant supplies.

Desperate refugees try to flee Lebanon's war zone

Routes of escape vanishing in region

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / July 26, 2006

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TIBNIN, Lebanon -- Nearly all who were hardy enough to endure a four-hour gantlet of shells and gunfire fled the front at Bint Jbail yesterday: pregnant women and others with newborns, elderly women without shoes, children barely old enough to walk. (Full article: 1280 words)

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