China condemns Israeli raid on Lebanese village
GOV.cn Monday, July 31, 2006

China on Sunday "strongly condemned" the Israeli attack against a village in south Lebanon, killing at least 51 Lebanese, according to official sources.

"China strongly urges the two sides involved in the conflict to cease fire immediately to avoid further disaster," said Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao.

"The Lebanon-Israel conflict has caused grave humanitarian damage," he noted.


A rescuer carries the body of a young girl killed in an Israeli air raid in Qana, southern Lebanon, July 30, 2006. [Xinhua Photo]


A Lebanese man holds the body of a young girl killed in an Israeli air raid in Qana, southern Lebanon, July 30, 2006. [Xinhua Photo]

Israel Air Force launched an air raid on a building in the south Lebanon village of Qana on Sunday morning.

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Editor: Shanglin Luan
Source: Xinhua