Photographer Diego Ibarra Sánchez accompanied mourners in southern Lebanon after Israel stepped up airstrikes that claimed the lives of civilians and Hezbollah fighters.
This past week, despite growing tensions at the borders, Israel announced a plan to move forward into the southern Gaza city of Rafah. Also, Israeli airstrikes killed many in Lebanon.
In Beirut's Shatila refugee camp, Palestinian refugees say they support Hamas' fight for their homeland.
The pace of attacks across the Lebanon border has quickened since a strike in Beirut killed a Hamas official. Some residents have vowed to stay. Others wonder whether it's time to move away for good.
The militia fired dozens of rockets at northern Israel, warning that the barrage was its initial response to the targeted killing of a top leader from the allied Hamas group in Lebanon's capital.
The Iran-backed Lebanese militia and Israeli forces have been fighting across their border since the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel, but analysts say they want to avoid a war.
A farming village in southern Lebanon sits on the edge of a parallel conflict to the war in Gaza, with Hezbollah militants fighting with Israel. Some Lebanese hold out hope for a permanent truce.
Hamas is viewed by many Israelis as an existential threat in the south. But in the north, especially in Upper Galilee, many Israelis say Lebanon's Hezbollah militants must also be destroyed.
Thousands of villagers living along the border with Israel have been evacuated to Tyre, 50 miles south of Beirut. Their escape is a reminder of the cost of the war in Gaza, even far from its borders.
Across Israel, especially in the north, hospitals are setting up underground or fortified care facilities as fallout from war with Hamas intensifies fighting with militants in neighboring Lebanon.
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Some of the tens of thousands of seeds stored at a facility in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley may hold keys to helping the planet's food supply adapt to climate change. Many seeds were saved from Syria's war.
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