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CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 07, 2014
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The growing cycle of kidnapping, revenge, murder and air strikes in the Middle East introduced; scenes shown of night air strikes.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer; Jerusalem: Ben Wedeman) A new round of Israeli air strikes as part of Operation Protective Edge, the closing of schools in parts of Israel, the readying of defense systems, the house arrest of Palestinian American boy Tariq Abu Khdair, the autopsy on the slain Palestinian boy, who was beaten and burned alive, discussed.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The beating of Tariq examined; photos of Tariq shown. [With CNN's Jake Tapper, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's spokesman Mark REGEV†- says we are investigating the beating.] [In live interview, aunt Suhad ABU KHDAIR††- expresses concern about Tariq's condition after the beating.] [Abu Khdair family Hassan SHIBLY†- opposes terrorism against children.]

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer, Fareed Zakaria) How the response from the US is changed because Tariq is an American citizen, the seriousness of the escalation of this Israel-Palestinian flareup with no intermediary discussed.

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf;
Wedeman, Ben;
Fareed, Wolf Blitzer,
Duration:
00:13:30

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