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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Erdogan Interview #835066

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 27, 2006
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(Kiryat Shmona: Anderson Cooper) The role of Turkey in a peacekeeping force in Lebanon noted. [On "Larry King Live," Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ERDOGAN† {thru translator} - says a stabilization force would be very important after the realization of a cease-fire; hopes all the countries will help create the conditions for a cease-fire & talk about the peace process; states we should not look at who is to blame, but achieve a cease-fire; notes terrorism is an international scourge, including in part of Turkey & we need a common fight against terrorism.]

Cooper, Anderson

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