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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 2012
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(Jerusalem: Anderson Cooper) The ninth day of the fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza with a cease-fire now replacing criss-crossing rockets introduced; scenes shown of what happened today with a bus bombing in Israel, a home hit by a rocket, explosions in Gaza. [CNN's Arwa DAMON - shows the rubble of what used to be a dress shop.] [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - announces a cease-fire in Gaza.] [Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU - {thru translator} says at this time we want a cease-fire.] [Hamas leader Khaled MESHAAL†- {thru translator} comments on Israel.] [Voice of CNN's Ben WEDEMAN - comments on the celebrations in the streets of Gaza.]

(Jerusalem: Anderson Cooper; Gaza: Ben Wedeman, Arwa Damon) The critical next 24 hours, the easing of travel restrictions, how the Gazan people see the truce and the level of support for Hams in Gaza discussed.

(Jerusalem: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Israeli Defense Forces spokeswoman Avital Leibovich† about the cease-fire. [LEIBOVICH - says we want to see if the situation stabilizes and we won't attack Gaza unless a launching squad targets us; states Hamas suffered a blow; doubts a near-time reconciliation with Hamas; explains what a ground invasion would have been like; notes Iran smuggles in rockets to Hamas.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Arwa, Ben Wedeman,

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