CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 20, 2012
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(Gaza City: Charlie D’Agata) The fighting in Gaza reviewed; scenes shown of smoke from Israeli air strikes, debris, Hamas missiles, a body being dragged through the street by militants who shot Palestinians suspected of collaborating with Israel, Gazans fleeing after Israel dropped warning leaflets, injured farmer Yusuf Graham; details given of the anger over civilian deaths in Gaza City. [Human rights activist Raji SOURANI- notes it is a victory for Hamas and Israel’s image is tarnished.] The terrifying day for citizens of Gaza discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Some information about Gaza presented.
(Jerusalem: Allen Pizzey) The meeting between Clinton and Netanyahu reviewed; scenes shown of the fighting. [NETANYAHU – says Israel will take whatever action is necessary to defend its people.] [CLINTON – offers condolences to the loved ones of those who were lost and injured.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(White House: Wyatt Andrews) The US administration’s role in brokering a truce featured; details given about President Obama’s calls to Netanyahu and Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, whose government supports Hamas, and about what Clinton will ask of the Palestinians and the Israelis. [CLINTON – outlines the goal.]
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