Israel to hit wider range of Lebanon targets-report
Sun Aug 6, 2006 10:22 PM ET
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Israeli army plans to attack strategic infrastructure targets and symbols of the Lebanese government after Hizbollah rockets killed 15 people in northern Israel, an Israeli newspaper reported Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Defense Minister Amir Peretz plan to meet senior defense officials on Monday morning to discuss their options.
Israeli air strikes have , including roads and bridges that Israel says Hizbollah uses to transport rockets.
Hizbollah rockets killed 15 people in northern Israel on Sunday, including 12 army reservists called up for duty, Israel's highest death toll in a single day since the start of the Lebanon war.