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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Gaza / Mitchell Interview #1034107

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 2012
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(Israel: Frederik Pleitgen) An assortment of rockets that have fallen over Ashkelon, Israel, shown.

(Jerusalem: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with US diplomat and former US special envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell about the cease-fire. [MITCHELL - says the cease-fire is a big step forward, but it will be difficult to have a long truce; states the Arab Spring has created a new dynamic in the region; comments on the difficulties for Egypt in taking on a major role in the peace process; explains how conflict negotiations work as in Northern Ireland and the Middle East; asserts the parties want to have peace.]

Pleitgen, Frederik;
Cooper, Anderson

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