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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Gaza #1037157

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 2012
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The agreement on a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas and a bombing on a bus in Tel Aviv noted.

(Cairo: Clarissa Ward) The terms of the cease-fire reviewed; scenes shown of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Cairo and Hamas political leader Khaled Meshaal†† thanking the Egyptian government for brokering the deal; details given about the provision calling for opening Gaza’s border. [CLINTON – talks about working toward regional stability.] Egypt’s role in the agreement discussed.

(Studio: Jeff Glor; Tel Aviv: Allen Pizzey) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reluctance to sign the deal and whether the cease-fire will hold discussed.

(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Gaza City: Charlie D’Agata) The fighting that continued until the cease-fire deadline featured; scenes shown from Gaza of an apartment building hit by an Israeli air strike, 4-year-old Abdel-Rahman Naim††, who died at the hospital, explosions, a crater in a soccer field, air strikes in Rafah, Hamas rockets firing into Israel, celebrating Gazans; Israeli video of its strike on the Hamas Interior Ministry shown. [Palestinian MAN – comments.] The sense of relief and celebration in Gaza discussed.

Reporter(s):
Glor, Jeff;
Ward, Clarissa;
Pizzey, Allen;
D’Agata, Charlie
Duration:
00:06:50

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