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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 31, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The killing in Iraq of 12 hostages from Nepal; the fate of two French journalists in Iraq whose captives want France to end its Muslim head scarf ban; two suicide bombings of buses in Beersheba, Israel, by the military wing of Hamas; the investigation into a Pentagon analyst accused of spying for Israel; the end of the preliminary hearing at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, for Pvt. Lynndie England in the Iraqi prisoner abuse scandal; the impact of Tropical Storm Gaston on Virginia & the route of Hurricane Frances towards the Bahamas & the East Coast reported; photos & video shown.

Brown, Aaron

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