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Middle East / Lebanon / Israel vs. Hizballah / Cease-Fire #406641

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 26, 1996
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(Studio: Fionnuala Sweeney) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Jerrold Kessel; Rob Reynolds) The American-brokered diplomatic solution to the fight between Israel and the Hizballah guerrillas in south Lebanon featured; details given of the key tenets of the written cease-fire agreement. [Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - outlines the main points.] [Israeli Prime Minister Shimon PERES - comments.] [President CLINTON - says the reestablished calm should not be disrupted.] [Israeli opposition leader Benjamin NETANYAHU - complains.]

(Studio: Judy Woodruff; Fionnuala Sweeney) Reports introduced.

(Tyre, Lebanon: Brent Sadler) The continued fighting in Lebanon outlined; scenes shown of refugees in United Nations bases. [Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik HARIRI, French foreign minister Herve de CHARETTE, United Nations Press officer Hassan SIKLAWI - comment on the present situation.]

(Kiryat Shmonah: Bill Delaney) The inhabitants of the heavily bombed village of Kiryat Shmonah featured; scenes shown of residents in bomb shelters. [RESIDENTS, mayor Prosper AZRAN - comment.]

Delaney, Bill;
Kessel, Jerrold;
Reynolds, Rob;
Sadler, Brent;
Sweeney, Fionnuala;
Woodruff, Judy

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