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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / A Discussion #834699

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 24, 2006
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Israeli artillery firing on the border with Lebanon shown.

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper; Israeli-Lebanon border: Christiane Amanpour, John Roberts) The strategy of Israel of entering Lebanon to push back Hizballah & the continuing Hizballah rocket attacks on northern Israel discussed.

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper; Israel: John King) US concerns about the future for the government of Lebanon in light of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's visit discussed.

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper; Beirut: Nic Robertson) Israel's strategy to get Hizballah to pull back discussed.

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

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