Israel Again Suspends Operations

JERUSALEM (AP) - For a second straight day, Israel has suspended
its Gaza military operation for three hours to allow in
humanitarian supplies.
In new fighting today, Israel killed at least 11 people,
including five militants, raising the death toll from its offensive
to 699 people, according to Palestinian officials.
Meanwhile, Lebanon's prime minister has condemned rocket attacks
on Israel from his country as well as the Jewish state's
In a statement, Prime Minister Fuad Saniora says the attack from
south Lebanon was designed to undermine stability.
No group has claimed responsibility for the rocket firing.
Israel launched shells into southern Lebanon in retaliation.
Hezbollah and Israel fought a brutal 34-day war in 2006.

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