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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 2012
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Celebrations in the streets of Gaza after the announcement of the cease-fire shown.

(Jerusalem: Anderson Cooper; Gaza: Ben Wedeman) The situation in Gaza after the truce started, what it means for the power of Hamas versus the Palestinian Authority and Mahmoud Abbas after this latest "war" with Israel and how the Palestinians are looking for a third alternative to Fatah and Hamas discussed.

(Jerusalem: Anderson Cooper; studio: Fareed Zakaria) The cease-fire with Israel, the superpower of the region, with a far superior military than any/all of the neighbors, how Hamas has been able to survive and may be unpopular with the Palestinian people discussed. [Princeton University's with CNN's Anne-Marie SLAUGHTER - says Hamas has shown it can inflict pain on Israel as with the rocket fire into Israel.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Wedeman, Ben;
Zakaria, Fareed

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