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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence #835069

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 27, 2006
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(Kiryat Shmona: Anderson Cooper) The "war bulletin" on a day of activity in which Israel is prepared for a long campaign to push back Hizballah, which continues to fire rockets into Israel, including Kiryat Shmona & Israel's pullout from Gaza after a two-day incursion reviewed. The question of whether Israel has underestimated Hizballah introduced.

(Jerusalem: John King) The war in Lebanon & the diplomacy reviewed; details given about the countries willing to be involved in a peacekeeping force when there is a cease-fire. [EU external relations commissioner Benita FERRERO-WALDNER†- says the fighting has to stop.] [President BUSH - wants a lasting peace.] [Brookings Inst. Michael O'HANLON†- comments on the question of an international force facing Hizballah.] [Israeli defense minister Amir PERETZ†- {thru translator} speaks about Hizballah.] [Israeli vice premier Shimon PERES††- says Hizballah is losing ground.] [Former deputy CIA director John McLAUGHLIN†- says Hizballah is a more professional organization than Al Qaeda.] [International Crisis Group Robert MALLEY†- comments.] The next step in the diplomatic effort & whether Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will come to the region & what she will have to tell Hizballah discussed.

(Kiryat Shmona: Anderson Cooper) The "raw data" on the fighting in south Lebanon outlined on screen.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
King, John
Duration:
00:06:10

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