Lebanese authorities claim that at least 5 civilians, including a mother, her three children and their Sri Lankan maid were killed when Israeli bombs hit their home in the southern village of Buri El-Shemali on Saturday night.
Moreover, at least 9 were wounded by the series of Israeli shelling over night on Saturday.
Meanwhile, 19 Israeli soldiers were killed by Hezbollah shelling. It was reported to be the heaviest Israeli loss in a single day since the start of the conflict.
Five other Israeli soldiers were reported missing and presumed dead after their helicopter was shot down.
Israeli strikes have also demolished a four-story building in the city of Tyre in southern Lebanon early Sunday morning. Other Israeli attacks on homes, bridges and petrol stations occurred as Israeli troops clashed with Hezbollah fighters near the port city of Tyre.
It has also been reported that even though agreements have taken place, it is very uncertain when cease fire will take place.
Since the beginning of the war in Lebanon more than 1,200 Lebanese have been killed and more than one million have been displaced.