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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence #835210

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 28, 2006
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(Israel-Lebanon border: John Roberts) The "war bulletin" on a day of activity in the Middle East presented; details given about Hizballah rocket strikes beyond Haifa, destruction in Nahariya, another day of fighting in & around Bint Jbiel in Lebanon; scenes shown of the more powerful Khyber-1 missiles, Israeli military, damages in Lebanon, people fleeing.

(Beirut: Nic Robertson) Life & death in Lebanon featured; scenes shown of Arab TV coverage of the Hizballah rockets, a humanitarian convoy that was hit by Israeli fire; details recalled of the destruction of a U.N. observers' post by Israel, of the crash of an Israeli surveillance plane.

(Israel-Lebanon border: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Beirut: Brent Sadler) Hizballah's army featured; details given about the units' numbers & capabilities, of the role of Iran & Syria, about the coordinated attacks against Israel earlier, about Israel's aims of carving out a border security strip. [Israeli defense minister Amir PERETZ†- {thru translator} speaks about the battle in Bint Jbiel.] [Hizballah TV analyst Ibrahim MOUSSAWI†- comments on the cause & the attacks.] [Lebanese Druze leader Walid JUMBLATT†- says they have been supplied by Iran.] [Israeli government spokesman Miri EISIN†- says they have booby trapped the area.] How much control Hassan Nasrallah has over the Hizballah militia & how he is viewed in the Arab street discussed.

Roberts, John;
Robertson, Nic;
Sadler, Brent

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