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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Richardson Interview #834704

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 24, 2006
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[Senator Harry REID - comments on the "Bush photo op" foreign policy.]

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson about diplomacy. [RICHARDSON - says the leverage of the US in the Middle East is important; outlines what Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice should say to the governments of Lebanon & Israel; states a multi-national force of NATO & Muslim countries needs to be set up & then talk to Syria; notes the US needs a permanent envoy to stay in the Middle East to guide negotiations that would lead to a cease-fire.]

Cooper, Anderson

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