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Tyr, Lebanon, Aug 1 2006.Taking advantage of a 48 hours partial pause in the Israeli bombardment, in just one day, many ambulances and vans bring the bodies of more than 80 civilian vicitims of Israeli air strikes and shelling, mainly from remote villages virtually isolated from the beginning of the conflict. The bodies are then labeled and listed, and stocked into refrigerated trucks next to the Al Bas Goernment Hopital, before being buried in sevral large mass graves at the edge of the city.
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Tyr, Lebanon, Aug 1 2006.Taking advantage of a 48 hours partial pause in the Israeli bombardment, in just one day, many ambulances and vans bring the bodies of more than 80 civilian vicitims of Israeli air strikes and shelling, mainly from remote villages virtually isolated from the beginning of the conflict. The bodies are then labeled and listed, and stocked into refrigerated trucks next to the Al Bas Goernment Hopital, before being buried in sevral large mass graves at the edge of the city.