Today's wires seem to be packed full of "fresh" devastation in Hezbullah strongholds. For the record, I've previously said that I don't believe a word of it. In a war-torn area like this, I think you'd be hard-pressed to find the last time that the streets looked normal. It sure wasn't normal last week.
A Lebanese flag flies amid the rubble of buildings destroyed by Israeli bombardment in the southern suburbs of Beirut, a stronghold of Hezbollah. Israeli troops, backed by tank units, battled Hezbollah fighters in south Lebanon as the United Nations criticized both sides for blocking aid supplies to 120,000 stranded civilians.(AFP/Haitham Mussawi)