Saniora: More than 40 killed in IAF Houla strikes

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August 7, 2006 15:21

 
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More than 40 people were killed Monday in an IAF attack on the border village of Houla, Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora said. Saniora disclosed the attack in the village, where heavy ground fighting between Hizbullah guerrillas and the IDF has been raging in recent days, in a speech to Arab foreign ministers who met in Beirut on Monday. Local TV stations had reported that about 40 people were buried under the rubble of houses that collapsed after being targeted by IAF airstrikes.

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