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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence / Diplomacy / Gillerman Interview #833973

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 18, 2006
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(Larnaca, Cyprus: Anderson Cooper) The evacuation of Americans from Lebanon by helicopter & of Norwegians getting off a ship in Cyprus shown.

(Larnaca, Cyprus: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Israeli Ambassador to U.N. Dan Gillerman about the fight with Hizballah. [At the U.N., GILLERMAN - says the Hizballah needs to be totally eliminated--that it is a cancer that needs to be eliminated by being disarmed because it is an agent of Iran & Syria, who are trying to poison the region; states we have hurt Hizballah badly & Hassan Nisrallah has "grossly miscalculated"; adds the international community needs to enforce the U.N. resolution about disarming Hizballah.]

Cooper, Anderson

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