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Israel, Hezbollah Keep Attacks Coming

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Israel, Hezbollah Keep Attacks Coming

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Israel, Hezbollah Keep Attacks Coming

Israel, Hezbollah Keep Attacks Coming

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The violence involving Israel and Lebanon continues. Israel has also dropped leaflets on Beirut suburbs urging residents to avoid Hezbollah offices. Hezbollah continues to fire rockets at Israeli towns. Israel began its campaign against Lebanon on Wednesday, after Hezbollah fighters kidnapped two Israeli soldiers.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Its MORNING EDITION from NPR News. Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

And I'm Renee Montagne.

The violence between Israel and Lebanon continued this morning as Israeli war planes bombed Beirut's airport for a second day and dropped leaflets on Beirut's suburbs urging residents to avoid Hezbollah offices.

This just adds to concern that Israel is planning to target the guerrilla group's leader, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah. Hezbollah continues to fire rockets at Israeli towns across the border.

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