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CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 31, 2006
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(Israeli-Lebanon border: Anderson Cooper) The continuing firing along the Israeli-Lebanon border introduced.

(Northern Israel: John Roberts) The growing ground war in southern Lebanon in an apparent attempt to cut off Hizballah from behind reviewed; scenes shown of Israeli tanks & soldiers at the border. [Israeli Prime Minister Ehud OLMERT - {thru translator} says everyone has said "no cease-fire."] The timetable for the Israeli ground offensive discussed.

(Israeli-Lebanon border: Anderson Cooper) The diplomatic efforts underway that was put in doubt by the Israel air strike in Qana, Lebanon, featured; scenes shown of the wreckage in Qana that entombed the people in rubble; details recalled of the shelling of Qana 10 years ago. [WOMAN - {thru translator} says there were kids killed.] [Israeli government spokeswoman Miri EISIN†- says we did not target this building.]

(Israeli-Lebanon border: Anderson Cooper) Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's briefing of President Bush upon her return from the region noted.

(Jerusalem: John King) The White House diplomacy reviewed; details given of the new US proposal, including a cease-fire, the deployment of the Lebanese army to the south & a new international force to police a cease-fire & about what Israel wants. [RICE - says we need a short-term cease-fire & a lasting settlement; comments on the temporary measures; states the international community must sustain a cease-fire.] [Israeli defense ministry Amir PERETZ†- {thru translator} says the IDF will strengthen its work against Hizballah.] [Egyptian President Hosni MUBARAK - {thru translator} comments.]

(Israeli-Lebanon border: Anderson Cooper) The "raw data" from the ICRC on aid deliveries in south Lebanon outlined on screen.

Cooper, Anderson;
Roberts, John;
King, John

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