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CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 21, 2006
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(Beirut: Anderson Cooper) The latest developments in the war on the Israeli-Lebanon border reviewed; details given about statements from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice & the possibility of a full-scale invasion of Lebanon.

(Beirut: Anderson Cooper) CNN exclusive taped interview held with US ambassador to Lebanon Jeffrey Feltman. [FELTMAN - talks about the evacuation of Americans & providing safe travel; reacts to the statement from the president of Lebanon about an Israeli invasion; shows the memorial listing the names of people killed in 1983 in Lebanon.]

Cooper, Anderson

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