By Robin Wright
Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, July 30, 2006; 7:50 AM
Israeli Airstrike Kills More Than 50 Lebanese Civilians, Beirut Cancels Talks With Rice
By Jim Teeple
30 July 2006
Rice Postpones Trip to Beirut After Attack
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published: July 30, 2006
Filed at 7:40 a.m. ET
July 30, 2006, 4:13AM
Lebanon asks Rice not to visit Lebanon
© 2006 The Associated Press
BEIRUT, Lebanon — The Lebanese government asked Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Sunday to put off a visit to Lebanon after an Israeli airstrike that killed more than 50 people.
Rice postpones Lebanon trip
Lebanon junks talks after Israel 'war crime' in Qana
BEIRUT - Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Siniora denounced Israel's "war crime" in raids that killed 51 people in the village of Qana on Sunday, vowing there was no place for talks until Israel ceased its attacks.
"There is no place on this sad morning for any discussion other than an immediate and unconditional ceasefire as well as an international investigation into the Israeli massacres in Lebanon now," Siniora said at a press conference.
Lebanese officials said US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was no longer expected to visit Beirut during her trip to the region following the Qana attack. AFP
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