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|A network link detailing the Israel-Lebanon conflict currently occuring. On July 12, 2006 Israel launched a war against Lebanon variously called "Operation Just Return" 1, "Operation Just Reward"2 and "Change of Direction"3 in response to the capture of two IDF soldier by Hizbullah near Aita Shaab on the border with Israel in South Lebanon.|
|Village in South Lebanon.||08/04/2006||559|
|Village in south Lebanon||08/04/2006||498|
|Village in south Lebanon||08/04/2006||836|
|Village in South Lebanon.||08/04/2006||494|
|The Qornet as Sawda ("Black Horn" in Arabic) is the highest peak of Mount Lebanon and of all the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It is located in the northern part of mount Lebanon,and at its west side it thrones over a huge cirque where the last millenial Lebanon cedars stand.|
The summit isn't sheer, but it offers a huge panomaric view in all directions, and ev...
|This satellite image shows the extent of the oil spill on the lebanese coast as of August 1. |
This file was done by the german Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information (DLR/ZKI), I'm just spreading it. More info at http://www.zki.dlr.de/applications/2006/lebanon/lebanon_2006_en.html
|Lebanon bombing as of 28 July 2006||08/08/2006||1,395|
|Lots of Trailers Trucks Waiting to enter Lebanon , in the Lebanese Syrian Border ( Al Masnaa )||06/21/2007||845|
|Tour de France 2005 route map|
Stage 12 - Thursday, July 14: Briançon - Digne-les-Bains, 187 km
On Bastille Day, the Tour goes south to end up Alps stages. While having series of peaks all over the route, who will try to break away? French riders should.
Stage 12 info:
|October 8th 2005|
Earthquake in South Asia, Pakistan
|The city of Beirut has been described as the Paris of the Middle East, but as these dramatic pictures show the capital of Lebanon now resembles a post-Blitz London. |
A million people – almost a quarter of the population of Lebanon – have been forced to abandon their homes with up to 1,000 people killed.
Whole city squares have been obliterated across miles of the ...