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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Bus Bombing #749545

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Feb 22, 2004
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(Studio: Renay San Miguel) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Ben Wedeman) A Palestinian suicide bombing on a crowded bus in Jerusalem featured; scenes shown of injured people, the damaged bus; details given of the Al Aksa Martyrs Brigade’s claim that the attack was retaliation for an Israeli incursion into Gaza. [Israeli WOMAN – shouts in anger.] [Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed QUREIA††- condemns the bus bombing.] [Israeli Government Press Office Danny SEAMAN†- criticizes Qureia’s response.] Tomorrow’s hearings in The Hague on the legality of Israel’s security barrier noted; scenes shown of a portion of the West Bank fence being dismantled.

Miguel, Renay San;
Wedeman, Ben

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