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An aid convoy has been hit by an Israeli air strike in southern Lebanon.
Sky News reporter David Bowden said the convoy was returning from the village of Rmeish to the port city of Tyre.
Organised by Lebanese civil defence workers it had evacuated dozens of civilians caught up in the 17-day-old war between Israel and the Hizbollah guerrillas.
One vehicle was damaged and three civilians were wounded.
"We were travelling back from southern Lebanon towards Tyre where we've been based for the past week or so," Bowden said.
"One of the vehicles was struck from the air - we don't know what kind of strike it was.
Source: Aid convoy hit
Israel also contacted the United Nations and asked it to warn the group of the danger.