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Middle East / Pakistan School Shooting / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Food Shortage #707386

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 05, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) A shooting at a school for the children of Christian missionaries in Pakistan; the FBI investigation of the bombing of Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the Israeli attack on a metal-working shop in Gaza City; scenes shown from Jhika Gali†, Pakistan and Gaza City.

(Gaza City: David Hawkins) The clampdown by Israeli troops on Palestinian cities examined; details given of a food emergency for Palestinian children; scenes shown of a Palestinian family’s living conditions. [Al Quds† University Dr. Mohammad SHAHIN†- says Gaza is in a real emergency now.] [Gaza resident Fayez BARAKAT† {thru translator} – asks where can he get money to feed his children.]

Reporter(s):
Hawkins, David;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:50

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