CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 24, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live interview held with Lebanon's Rafik Hariri, a key figure in the Middle East; scenes shown of Hariri meeting with President Bush; details recalled of the April 14 clash along the Israeli- Lebanon border. [HARIRI - says he is convinced Bush will work for peace in the Middle East and that the United States needs to take the lead in peace efforts; comments on Israel's new Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, why the Syrian troops are still in Lebanon after Israel ended its occupation, the issue of the control of south Lebanon, which is now under control of Hizballah; says stability in the region depends on a peace agreement signed by all sides.]
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