Israeli warplanes struck southern Lebanon in the early hours of Sunday, bringing destruction to the town of Qana. WARNING: Subsequent images may cause distress
There are scenes of desolation in Qana - a name which already has bloody overtones for many Lebanese, after 106 people died in Israeli shelling in 1996
Many of those who died were children. Most of the victims were sheltering in a three-storey house, which took a direct hit.
On Sunday, local people and rescue workers pulled out bodies from the rubble. Mechanical diggers probed gingerly, in case survivors lay trapped.
The bodies retrieved were caked in dust and matted with blood.
The bodies piled up at the morgue in the nearby city of Tyre. The plastic shrouds bore the names of the dead, and flowers.
In Qana - shock, disbelief, and sorrow.
News of the deaths spread fast and triggered angry protests in Beirut, where protesters stormed the UN building.
The protesters accuse the UN - and the world - of looking on idly as their country is destroyed.
There were bitter words for the US, and correspondents say any criticism of Hezbollah's actions in the crisis now goes unspoken.
Later, there was a vigil for those who died - with one woman using candles to spell out the name "Qana" in Arabic.