Possible war crimes in the 2006 Lebanon War
Allegations of war crimes in the 2006 Lebanon War refer to claims of various groups and individuals, including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and United Nations officials, who accused both...
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2006 Lebanon War
The 2006 Lebanon War, also called the 2006 Israel–Hezbollah War and known in Lebanon as the July War (Arabic: حرب تموز‎, Ḥarb Tammūz) and in Israel as the Second Lebanon War (Hebrew: מלחמת ל...
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Attacks on civilian convoys in the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict

A number of incidents of attack on civilian and UN convoys have been reported. The Israel Defense Forces has disputed involvement in some cases, and has also alleged that no prior coordination to...
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Attacks affecting Lebanese industry in the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict
Attacks affecting Lebanese industry in the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict included:
On August 10, a report from the Lebanese Council for Development and Reconstruction (CDR) said that the IDF bombin...
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International reactions to the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict
Reactions to the 2006 Lebanon War came from states on all continents, supranational bodies, individuals and international NGOs, as well as political lobbyists in the United States.
The Arab League...
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International reactions to the 2006 Qana airstrike
International reactions to the 2006 Qana airstrike, which saw the greatest loss of civilian life in the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict, twenty eight deaths with thirteen missing, largely involved the co...
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2006 Lebanon War photographs controversies
The 2006 Lebanon War photographs controversies (also referred to as 'Hizbollywood' or 'Hezbollywood') refers to instances of photojournalism from the 2006 Lebanon War that misrepresented scenes of dea...
Israeli casualties of war
Israeli casualties of war, in addition to those of Israel's seven major wars, include 9,745 soldiers and security forces personnel killed in "miscellaneous engagements and terrorist attacks", which in...
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2006 Marjayoun convoy
The 2006 Marjayoun convoy was a convoy of approximately 759 vehicles containing Lebanese police, army, civilians, and one Associated Press journalist, which was attacked by the Israeli Air Force (IAF)...
Position of Lebanon in the 2006 Lebanon War
Lebanon's position in the 2006 Israel–Lebanon conflict from the start was to disavow the Hezbollah shelling and raid on 12 July, while calling for an immediate ceasefire and the withdrawal of all Isra...
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Military and economic aid in the 2006 Lebanon War
Foreign involvement in the 2006 Lebanon War refers to the supply of military aid to combatants during the course of the 2006 Lebanon War, which has been an important aspect of both the hostilities and...
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International reactions to the 2006 Lebanon War by evacuations and aid
Humanitarian aid during the 2006 Lebanon War refers to international efforts for civilian assistance during the 2006 Lebanon War.
Despite Lebanon's history of conflict, the suddenness of the lates...
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Military operations of the 2006 Lebanon War
Military operations of the 2006 Lebanon War refer to armed engagements initiated by Israel and Lebanese Hezbollah during the 2006 conflict.
Lebanon's population is 3,874,050. Their annual military...
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2008 Israel-Hezbollah prisoner swap
The 2008 Israel–Hezbollah prisoner exchange took place on 16 July 2008 when Hezbollah transferred the coffins of two Israeli soldiers in exchange for 5 Lebanese militants held by Israel as well as the...
Winograd Commission
The Winograd Commission (Hebrew: ועדת וינוגרד‎; the commission's official name is הוועדה לבדיקת ארועי המערכה בלבנון 2006 – "The commission of inquiry into the events of military engagement in Le...
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Ceasefire attempts during the 2006 Lebanon War
The ceasefire attempts during the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict started immediately, with Lebanon calling for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire already the day after the start of the hostilities...
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Siniora Plan
The Siniora Plan was the unofficial name of the 7-point truce plan for the 2006 Lebanon War (the July War) that was presented by Lebanon's Prime Minister Fuad Siniora at the 15-nation conference in Ro...
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International reactions to the 2006 Lebanon War
Reactions to the 2006 Lebanon War came from states on all continents, supranational bodies, individuals and international NGOs, as well as political lobbyists in the United States.
The Arab League...
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Jiyeh power station oil spill
The Jiyeh Power Station oil spill is an environmental disaster caused by the release of heavy fuel oil into the eastern Mediterranean after storage tanks at the thermal power station in Jiyeh, Lebanon...
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Attacks on United Nations personnel during the 2006 Lebanon War
During the 2006 Lebanon War, a number of international incidents occurred in Lebanon, largely involving United Nations personnel in Lebanon, who have come under a number of attacks. On 25 July 2006, f...
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Casualties of the 2006 Lebanon War
There have been many casualties in the 2006 Lebanon War, leading to condemnation of both sides, however the exact distribution of casualties has been disputed. The Lebanese Higher Relief Council (HRC)...
Foreign relations of Lebanon
The foreign policy of Lebanon reflects its geographic location, the composition of its population, and its reliance on commerce and trade. Until 2005, Lebanon's foreign policy had been heavily influen...
Timeline of Military Operations in the 2006 Lebanon War
This is a timeline of Military operations of the 2006 Lebanon War.
The conflict began on July 12 when 8 Israeli soldiers were killed and a further two were captured during a cross-border attack. A...
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Dahiya doctrine
The Dahiya doctrine or, Dahya doctrine, is a military strategy put forth by the Israeli general Gadi Eizenkot that envisages the destruction of the civilian infrastructure of hostile regimes, and end...
Timeline of the 2006 Lebanon War
This is a timeline of events related to the 2006 Lebanon War. This entry is divided into the following articles:
Zar'it-Shtula incident
The 2006 Hezbollah cross-border raid was a cross-border attack carried out by Lebanon-based Hezbollah militants on an Israeli military patrol on 12 July 2006 on Israeli territory.Using rockets fired o...
Zar'it-Shtula incident - Wikipedia
Adnan Hajj photographs controversy
The Adnan Hajj photographs controversy (also called Reutersgate) involves digitally manipulated photographs taken by Adnan Hajj, a Lebanese freelance photographer based in the Middle East, who had wor...
Adnan Hajj photographs controversy - Wikipedia
Israel-Lebanon conflict
The Israeli–Lebanese conflict describes a series of related military clashes involving Israel, Lebanon and Syria, as well as various non-state militias acting from within Lebanon.The Palestine Liberat...
Israel-Lebanon conflict - Wikipedia