A chronology of events relating to Israel's invasion of Lebanon:
June 3, 1982 -- Israel's Ambassador to Britain, Shlomo Argov, is shot and wounded by Arab assailants outside a London hotel.
June 4 -- Israeli jets bomb Beirut, Palestinian refugee camps, a children's hospital and apartment buildings. PLO artillery and rockets hit Israel's northern Galilee region.
June 5 -- Israeli tanks move into southern Lebanon enclave run by Maj. Saad Haddad.
June 6 -- Israelis launch 'Operation Peace for Galilee,' with declared aim to push PLO guerrillas back 25 miles (40 km), in a three-pronged invasion along the coast, up the center of Lebanon and into eastern Lebanon.
June 7 -- Israel bombs central Beirut, captures Beaufort Castle, Tyre and Hasbayya from the PLO and encircles Sidon. U.S. envoy Philip Habib starts mission to restore July 1981 cease-fire.
June 8 -- Israel consolidates in southern Lebanon, but Israeli and Syrian tanks battle at Qirwan Lake, Bekaa Valley.
June 9 -- Israel bombs Syrian surface-to-air missiles in Bekaa and capturesDamur. European Economic Community warns of unspecified 'future action' unless Israel complies with U.N. resolutions 508 and 509 calling for a cease-fire and troop withdrawal.
June 10 -- President Reagan sends letter to Prime Minister Menachem Begin demanding Israeli withdrawal. Begin agrees to cease-fire, but Israeli leaflets warn residents of an impending assault on PLO guerrillas trapped in West Beirut.
June 11 -- Israel declares unilateral cease-fire with Syria, but not with the PLO. Non-Arab Iran airlifts several thousand troops into Syria.
June 12 -- Israel-PLO cease-fire.
June 13 -- Israeli troops capture southern Beirut suburb housing the Presidential Palace.
June 14 -- Israeli forces seal off Beirut air, sea and land routes.
June 17 -- Deputy chief of PLO office in Rome and another Arab believed to have Palestinian connections are killed by unidentified assailants.
June 18 -- Security Council votes to keep the 7,000-strong U.N. peacekeeping force in South Lebanon for another 60 days.
June 19 -- Thousands of civilians flee Beirut as Israel warns it will attack.
June 23 -- U.S. Embassy closes.
June 24 -- More than 1,000 foreigners leave Lebanon as Israeli jets and gunboats attack the center of West Beirut.
June 25 -- Secretary of State Alexander Haig and Lebanese Prime Minister Chefic Wazzan resign.
June 26 -- U.N. General Assembly condemns Israel for refusing to withdraw from Lebanon, calls for sanctions against Tel Aviv.
June 28 -- Wazzan stays on, submits new proposals to Habib calling for a reduced PLO military and political role.
June 29 -- Begin says PLO can leave with personal weapons. Pope John Paul II says Palestinians have a right to a homeland in the Middle East.
June 30 -- President Reagan authorizes $50 million emergency humanitarian aid to Lebanon.
July 3 -- About 50,000 Israelis attend Tel Aviv rally protesting Lebanon occupation.
July 4 -- Israel imposes curbs on water and food supplies to West Beirut. Tel Aviv says it will give U.S. envoy Habib more time to arrange PLO's depature from Beirut.
July 5 -- Israeli tanks and troops near PLO targets at Beirut airport.
July 6 -- United States agrees to send in about 1,000 marines to evacuate PLO guerrillas from Beirut. PLO rejects plan.
July 8 -- White House spokesman says Reagan stands by offer to send U.S. marines as peace-keeping force to Lebanon despite warning fromSoviet President Leonid Brezhnev that Moscow 'will construct its policy in accordance with this fact.'
July 11 -- The largest artillery battles of the war engulf east and west Beirut, as Israelis and Palestinian pound each others positions for 15 hours before truce is called.
July 12 -- Reagan reportedly rebukes Israel for latest oubreak of fighting and threatens U.S. may be forced to hold direct talks with PLO if Habib's peace efforts disrupted.
July 13 -- Arab summit fails to agree on unified response to Israeli invasion. July 14 -- Lebanese government issues its first specific peace plan, demanding withdrawal of Israeli, Palestinian and Syrian forces.
July 15 -- George Shultz confirmed as new U.S. secretary of state.
July 16 -- U.S. says Israel may have illegally used American-supplied cluster bombs in Lebanon. Israeli blockade causes flour and fuel shortages.
July 17 -- Begin says PLO has less than 30 days to leave west Beirut.
July 18 -- PLO guerrillas raid behind Israeli lines in Bekaa Valley, killing five.
July 19 -- U.S. halts shipments of cluster bombs to Israel. David Dodge, president of American University, kidnapped in Beirut. Israel allows flour deliveries to west Beirut, but not fuel.
July 21 -- Israeli gunners shell southern Beirut in retaliation for PLO Bekaa Valley ambush, breaking sixth cease-fire.
July 22 -- Israeli warplanes bomb Beirut and Bevaa Valley in first air attacks in 27 days. Habib leaves Beirut for Damascus in peace shuttle to Syria, Egypt Saudi Arabia and Israel.
July 23 -- Israeli warplanes and artillery pound PLO targes in Beirut for second day. PLO raids in Sidon and along Beirut-Damascus highway. Habib in Saudi Arabia. Deputy PLO director in Paris killed by bombers.
July 24 -- Israeli warplanes knock out three Syrian antiaircraft missiles, whie Syria downs one Israeli jet. Israel cuts electricity and water to west Beirut for second time. Habib in Cairo.
July 25 -- PLO chief Yasser Arafat meets U.S. congressmen and signs paper accepting U.N. resolutions on Palestinian issues, but reports conflict on whether Israel recognized. Habib in Rome.
July 26 -- U.S. dismisses PLO move on recognition as inadequate for direct talks. Israeli warplanes bomb Beirut. Habib meets Jordan's King Hussein in London.
July 27 -- Israeli forces shell heart of Beirut. Habib flies to Israel to seek cease-fire.
July 28 -- Israel shelling of west Beirut ends late in day with seventh cease-fire. Habib back in Lebanon.
July 29 -- PLO, at Arab League meeting, makes first public pledge to withdraw from Lebanon but calls for limited Israeli withdrawal from around Beirut.
July 30 -- Former Lebanese Prime Minister Saeb Salam, says agreement in principle worked out for PLO armed forces withdrawal from Beirut. Israeli shelling shatters seventh cease-fire.