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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Gaza #1129818

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 01, 2014
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(Studio: James Brown) The collapse of the cease-fire in the fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza and the disappearance of an Israeli soldier noted; death toll cited.

(Gaza City: Barry Petersen) The resumption of the fighting featured; scenes shown from Rafah; photo shown of missing soldier Hadar Goldin††, who is believed to have been dragged into a tunnel; details given about the value of Israeli soldiers to Hamas.

(Studio: James Brown) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: Charlie D’Agata) The reaction in Israel to the apparent kidnapping of Goldin and the popularity of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reviewed.

(Studio: James Brown) President Obama’s call for the release of Goldin noted.

(White House: Bill Plante) Obama’s response to failed diplomatic efforts to end the conflict in the Middle East featured. [OBAMA – says America still does not control everything around the world; comments on American leadership; admits the US tortured people in the immediate aftermath of 9/11.] Obama’s vote of confidence for CIA director John Brennan noted.

Brown, James;
Petersen, Barry;
D’Agata, Charlie;
Plante, Bill

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