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Amnesty International: Israel/Lebanon: Deliberate destruction or "collateral damage"? Israeli attacks on civilian infrastructure

Author: Jan Egeland
August 10, 2006


This link is to Amnesty International’s initial assessment and concerns on the destruction of civilian infrastructure in Lebanon that has taken place during the recent conflict. It is based on first-hand information from a field mission which has visited Lebanon; interviews with dozens of victims of the attacks; official statements and press accounts; discussions with UN, Israeli military and Lebanese government officials; and talks with Israeli and Lebanese non-governmental groups.

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