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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence / A Discussion #834696

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 24, 2006
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(Haifa: Anderson Cooper) The "war bulletin" on the crisis in the Middle East presented; scenes shown of Israeli artillery firing, evacuating Americans & hospitals.

(Israel: John King) Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's high-profile visit to Lebanon & on to Israel featured; scenes shown of her meetings. [RICE - speaks about her visit.] [Undersecretary of State Nicholas BURNS†- explains why the fighting cannot be stopped right now.] [On a Shiite TV station, NEWSMAN - {thru translator} says the conflict is a pre-planned US-Israeli scheme to attack Lebanon.] [RICE - states peace is dependent on enduring solutions.] The US position that it will not ask for a cease-fire & what the US does want from Israel at this time discussed.

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Israeli-Lebanon border: John Roberts) The situation along the Israeli-Lebanon border featured; scenes shown from an Israeli artillery battery. [IDF spokesman Capt. Doron SPIELMAN†- says this is the global war on terror.] [Artillery unit commander Israeli reservist Nadav BIGAL†- comments on the fighting & the prospects for peace.]

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper; Israeli-Lebanon border: John Roberts, Christiane Amanpour) The developing story in the crisis in the Middle East with the Israeli aim of clearing the whole border to weaken Hizballah by pushing them back from their stronghold discussed.

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper; Beirut: Nic Robertson) The impact of Rice's visit to Lebanon discussed.

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper; Israel: John King; Beirut: Nic Robertson) The prospects for an international peacekeeping force in Lebanon & its makeup discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John;
Roberts, John;
Christiane, John Roberts,;
Robertson, Nic

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