A copy of the Koran burns in Southern Beirut after the Hizbollah stronghold was targeted by Israeli airstrikes July 16, 2006. Israeli air raids shook Beirut on Sunday, the fifth day of a devastating assault on Hizbollah and Lebanon that has prompted no UN Security Council action and only a mild plea for restraint from Israel's U.S. ally. Reuters/Adnan Hajj (Beirut)Istovremeno, Kuran se našao u središtu još nekoliko fotografija: Associated Press
A relative who lost family members in Monday's Israeli air strike prays over their odies before the burial ceremony in Ghaziyeh village, south Lebanon, August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
A Lebanese woman reads the Koran while her bother plays video games at a car park turned into a shelter for displaced people in the southern suburbs of Beirut, a stronghold of Hezbollah.(AFP/Ramzi Haidar)
A Lebanese woman and her children that fled the south of Lebanon read the Koran at a shelter in Saida, July 18, 2006. Israeli warplanes battered Lebanon on Tuesday, killing 31 people, and more Hizbollah rockets hit northern Israel, killing one, with no sign that diplomacy would halt the week-old conflict any time soon. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
Lebanese women and children that fled the south of Lebanon read the Koran at a shelter in Saida, July 18, 2006. Israeli warplanes battered Lebanon on Tuesday, killing 31 people, and more Hizbollah rockets hit northern Israel, killing one, with no sign that diplomacy would halt the week-old conflict any time soon. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
Comforting words : A Muslim Lebanese family reads the Koran in a bomb shelter in Tyre, south Lebanon. (AFP/Hassan Ammar)
Lebanese women, fleeing Israeli shelling in the village of Aitaroun, read from the Quran, Islam's holy book, as they arrive in the village of Tebnine, southern Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
A young girl flashes victory sign as others wave a Quran over their heads outside a Cairo, Egypt, mosque Friday, July, 28, 2006. Thousands of demonstrators chanted anti-Israel slogans and vowed support for Hezbollah, part of protests across the Muslim world on the Islamic day of prayer. (AP Phot/Hasan Jamali) "
Oznake: Strani mediji
BEIJING (AP) — A rocket blast in southern Lebanon injured three Chinese peacekeepers on Sunday, just hours after China called on the United Nations to ensure the security of U.N. peacekeepers in the Middle East, state media reported.
A Chinese officer confirmed that the peacekeepers were injured by a Hezbollah rocket, according to the official Xinhua News Agency.
Three members of the Chinese contingent with UNIFIL were lightly wounded this morning, when one mortar round from the Hezbollah side, according to UNIFIL’s preliminary reports, impacted inside the Headquarters of the Chinese contingent in the area of Hinniyah in the western sector.
Three Chinese UN peacekeepers are injured in cross-fire between Israeli troops and Hezbollah fighters.
Oznake: Al Reuters