Middle East

International Aid Groups Rush to Lebanon

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The United Nations and other aid agencies scramble to dispatch humanitarian supplies to southern Lebanon, during what Israel says will be a 48-hour pause in air strikes.

The French and Iranian foreign ministers travel to Beirut, both voicing support for an immediate cease-fire — and outrage over Sunday's Israeli attack that killed more than 50 civilians in the southern village of Qana.



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