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CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 13, 2003
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Gaza: Kelly Wallace) The future for the road map for peace after a bloody & violent week in the Middle East reviewed; scenes shown from the sites of the latest Israeli attacks on Hamas, of funerals for both Palestinians & Israelis & of recent acts of violence. [Israeli political analyst Leslie SUSSER†- says President Bush is signalling Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon that Hamas must be brought to heel.] [Palestinian political analyst Eyad al-SARAJ†- says end Israeli occupation & there will be no more Hamas.] The need for American pressure to resuscitate the road map for peace noted. The agenda for the US envoy in meeting with Israeli & Palestinian officials discussed.

Snow, Kate;
Wallace, Kelly

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