Israel troops 'ignored' UN plea
UN peacekeepers in south Lebanon contacted Israeli troops before an Israeli bomb killed four of them, an initial UN report says.
The post was hit by a precision-guided missile after six hours of shelling nearby, diplomats familiar with the initial probe into the deaths say.
They agreed immediate action "to reach with the utmost urgency a ".
The four unarmed UN observers from Austria, Canada, China and Finland, died after their UN post was hit by an Israeli air strike on Tuesday.
The UN report says
Israel is conducting an investigation into the deaths, and has rejected accusations made by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan that the targeting of the UN position was "apparently deliberate".
In southern Lebanon, fierce
Israel has not confirmed any deaths, but says there have been 20 casualties.