"IAF has hit according to my sources a 10 story building in Beirut with several high value targets in inside the building at the time of the attack."That ties in nicely with this heavy hinting from Haaretz
Therefore, it is expected that in the coming days the IDF will carry out a frantic effort to locate Nasrallah, alone or with some of his associates, and try to kill them. In one morning recently such a moment had come: a "highly valued" Hezbollah target emerged and all the right ears were perked up, the weapons systems were put on alert, and then the target slipped away - at least until the next time.Assasination by air strike is fine but it has had a very limited success ratio. Hitting a ten-story building hard enough to assure a kill on one individual is extraordianrily difficult. If the IAF managed to do it, they deserve the world's admiration.
This strike also means that Olmert has taken up the challenge from Nasrullah - Tel Aviv will be hit should Nasrullah survive.
UPDATE:CNN has this:
BEIRUT (CNN) -- An Israeli strike hit a south Beirut street Monday evening, killing at least 10 people and wounding 65 others, Lebanese security forces said.CNN is being cute again - why does "near a mosque" seem not to fit too well with "mostly Christian"?
The strike occurred about 8 p.m. (1 p.m. ET). It hit a building near a mosque in the southern suburb of Shiyah, an upscale neighborhood on the edge of mostly Christian east Beirut, officials with the security forces told CNN.
SECOND UPDATE: This fellow was also an excellent target. No ten-story involved, though. As yet, I can't find any reference to Nasty appearing anywhere today.