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Middle East / Lebanon / Anti-Syria Protests #781839

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 01, 2005
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s statement that there is evidence linking last week’s suicide bombing in Tel Aviv, Israel, to Islamic Jihad, a Palestinian militant group based in Syria, noted.

(Beirut: Elizabeth Kaledin) Demonstrations in Beirut, Lebanon, demanding Syria’s withdrawal of its troops; statement from Syrian President Bashir al-Assad†† quoted. [On the street, 2 LEBANESE – speak against Syria.] [Syrian Media Center, London director Yahya al-ARIDI†- says Syria is there to help Lebanon.] [In London, RICE – says Syria is out of step with the aspirations of the people of the Middle East.] [Political analyst Paul SALEM†- comments on Arab examples of democracy.]

Rather, Dan;
Kaledin, Elizabeth

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