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Nazzi Ali Mutkak, who locals say ran a coffee stand, was killed in a direct hit on one of the main streets of Tyre, Lebanon. Civil defense arrived to take him to the hospital, but he died on the way. Two small coffee cups fell by his side. Israelis killed at least three people in Tyre on Sunday, in several direct attacks. (Carolyn Cole / LAT)
Civil Defense personnel work to extract the body of a man from a van that was hit by an Israeli shell on the main road just north of Tyre, Lebanon. The van he was driving was carrying bread, which locals say he was taking to his family. (Carolyn Cole / LAT)
A Lebanese soldier screams as he is rolled into the operating room at Najem Hospital after an air strike on an army post just south of Tyre. One soldier was killed, one wounded, and several were unaccounted for. (Carolyn Cole / LAT)
An Israeli soldier’s boot remains smoking at the scene minutes after a Hezbollah rocket attack in Kefar Gil’adi which killed 12 people, most of them Israeli army reservists. It was the deadliest single attack of the conflict thus far. (Damon Winter / LAT)
A stretcher is covered with blood at the scene of a Hezbollah rocket attack in Kefar Gil’adi. (Damon Winter / LAT)
Israeli soldiers run for cover as sirens warn of another impending attack at the scene of a Hezbollah rocket attack in Kefar Gil’adi. (Damon Winter / LAT)
Residents try to extinguish the fire at the site of a Hezbollah rocket attack in the northern Israel coastal town of Haifa. (Baz Ratner / AP)
Police and army officers inspect the site of a Hezbollah rocket attack in the northern Israel coastal town of Haifa. (Oded Balilty / AP)
An Israeli Arab woman is rescued from the rubble at the site of a Hezbollah rocket attack in the northern Israel coastal town of Haifa. Hezbollah rockets crashed into Haifa Sunday, killing three people and injuring dozens more in a heavy barrage on Israel’s third largest city. Earlier in the day 12 Israelis were killed in another attack in northern Israel. (Baz Ratner / AP)
An Israeli soldier holds a Hezbollah flag seized during a battle at a mobile artillery position located along the Israeli-Lebanese border. (Yoav Lemmer / AFP/Getty Images)
Israeli soldiers fire mortar along the Israel-Lebanon border. (Hirvoje Polan / AFP/Getty Images)
Israeli reserve soldiers leaving Lebanese territory approach the Israeli border village of Metula. (Atef Safadp / EPA)
Israeli soldiers pray along a highway in northern Israel after crossing from Lebanon. (David Guttenfelder / AP)
PROTEST: Hundreds gathered in downtown Beirut today to demonstrate against the visit of US Assistant Secretary of State David Welch. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
Mourners carry the bodies of three men, Shnati Shnati, Amir Naim, and Muhamed Faor, who were killed in a Hezbollah rocket attack near Ma’alot yesterday at a funeral held in the northern Israeli Arab town of Tarshikha. (Damon Winter / LAT)
The body is carried to the grave at a funeral for Albert Ben-Abu who was killed yesterday in a Hezbollah rocket attack in the Israeli town of Akko. (Damon Winter / LAT)
GRIEF: Linda Zribi lost her husband, Shimon, and daughter Mazal in a Hezbollah rocket attack in Acre, Israel. (Damon Winter / LAT)
IN MOURNING: Hagit Ben-Abu nearly collapses at the grave of her husband, Albert, who was killed in a rocket attack in Acre. The Moroccan-born Jew is survived by five children. Five residents of Acre died Thursday after they left shelters, thinking the worst was over. (Damon Winter / LAT)
Female relatives and mourners look on at the funeral for Shimon Zribi, 45 and his daughter Mazal Zribi, 14, who were killed yesterday in a Hezbollah rocket attack. (Damon Winter / LAT)
Surprised shopowners clean up broken glass after an Isreali air strike hit a nearby bridge in the mostly Christian North Lebanon town of Ghazir. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
Lebanese military search and rescue dog “Valdo” pads across the rubble of a bridge destroyed by an Israeli air strike. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
A license plate blown off the bumber of a minvan sits a few yards away from where it bore the brunt of an Israeli air strike. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
Municipal engineers assess the damage to telephone and electric lines crossing a bridge damaged by an Israeli air strike in the North Lebanon town of Ghazir. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
NORTH LEBANON: Rescue workers in Fadir search the site of a collapsed highway overpass. Israel targeted the Christian area saying it was trying to halt arms supplies to Hezbollah. “Why here?” asked one resident. “This is not Hezbollah. This is 100% Christian.” (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
Solange Bassil weeps hysterically as she learns of the death of her brother-in-law, Jossef Bassil, who was crushed while jogging under a bridge in the North Lebanon town of Fadir. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
Kiryat Shmona was blanketed by smoke from several fires after the latest barrage of Hezbollah rockets in this northern Israeli town. Here, cars destroyed in rocket attacks are piled up in an empty lot. (Damon Winter / LAT)
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