Lara Abdallah, 6, cries as she walks in the funeral procession for her mother, sister and four brothers killed by Israeli forces as they were trying to flee south LebanonAssociated Press
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Led by unidentified relatives, Lebanese girl Lara Abdallah, 6, cries as she walks in the funeral procession Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006 for her mother, sister and four brothers killed July 15 by Israeli forces bombardment on their car convoy as they were trying to flee the southern border village of Marwaheen, Lebanon. Lara is one of four people who survived the attack. Twenty-three people were killed in total. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)