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U.N. / Netanyahu on Iran / Oren Interview / A Discussion #1031427

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 27, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech at the U.N. about drawing a red line before Iran has nuclear enrichment capabilities and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's meeting with Netanyahu noted. [At U.N., NETANYAHU - shows a diagram on the red line.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with the Israeli ambassador to the US Michael Oren about Iran. [OREN - talks about the "red line" about Iran's nuclear enrichment capabilities; outlines Iran's enrichment stages toward a nuclear bomb; comments on Israel's talks with the US about preventing a war by drawing a clear red line to gain time for diplomacy.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with CNN's David Gergen and Dan Lothian about Iran, Israel and President Obama. [GERGEN - says we have a serious issue of Israel wanting to attack Iran if the red line of nuclear "capability" is crossed and the Israelis just don't trust Obama to use force; states there are no good solutions in dealing with Iran and there are serious disagreements about policy by US and Israel.] [LOTHIAN - comments on US-Israel-Iran problems; cites the lack of importance of a meeting between Obama and Netanyahu.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:10:40

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