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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 02, 2014
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(Gaza City: John Vause; Jerusalem: Matthew Chance) The implications of the IDF’s confirmation that missing Israeli soldier Hadar Goldin† is dead and the handling of the 2006 capture of Gilad Shalit†† by Hamas discussed.

(Gaza City: John Vause) Live discussion held with national security analyst Bob Baer†, global affairs analyst Kimberly Dozier† and retired Army Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis† about the fighting in Gaza and Goldin’s death. [BAER, DOZIER, MAGINNIS – comment on Israel’s Hannibal Directive, the fate of Goldin’s body and the status of cease-fire negotiations; mention the search for American soldier Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.]

(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Live discussion held with military analyst Lt. Col. Rick Francona† about the impact of Goldin’s death on the fight between Israel & Hamas. [FRANCONA – says it frees up the Israelis politically.]

Reporter(s):
Vause, John;
Chance, Matthew;
Harlow, Poppy
Duration:
00:09:00

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