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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Gaza Invasion #1129095

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 28, 2014
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(Studio: James Brown) Death toll from the fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza cited.

(Tel Aviv: Don Dahler) The conflict in the Middle East updated; details given about the Hamas mortar attack in Israel and an attack on a park and Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza; scenes shown of dead & injured Israeli soldiers and Palestinians and a Hamas tunnel; IDF statement blaming Hamas for the hospital attack quoted. [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU {through reporter's translation} – says we will not stop until we eliminate all the tunnels.]

(Studio: James Brown) The views of Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal†† on what Hamas is seeking noted. [With Charlie Rose, MESHAAL {thru translator} – says he does not want to live with a state of occupiers.]

(Gaza City: Barry Petersen) The suffering of Palestinian civilians in Gaza featured; scenes shown of grieving parents, children killed in the park attack, including Jamal Elian††, and funeral processions.

Brown, James;
Dahler, Don;
Petersen, Barry

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