Israel has launched a fourth week of operations in Lebanon, using air strikes, tanks and ground attacks to try to crush Hezbollah. WARNING: Subsequent images may cause distress.
The attacks included Israel's deepest raid yet into Lebanese territory, killing at least 10 people and seizing others it says are Hezbollah militants in the town of Baalbek.
Some of those killed were carried to the local cemetery by bulldozer.
Several children were among the dead.
Critics of Israel's policy say support for Hezbollah is only being strengthened by the ongoing raids.
But Israel says halting its operations would allow Hezbollah to regroup.
Despite the assault, Hezbollah has continued to fire volleys of rockets into northern Israel, killing one cyclist at a kibbutz.
Some Hezbollah rockets have started forest fires in Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert insists that there will be no imminent ceasefire.
But with the human costs mounting on both sides, the pressure is growing for a formula to be found to end the violence.