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CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 31, 2006
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(Israeli-Lebanon border: Anderson Cooper) Israel defense forces video claiming to show Hizballah rockets being fired from Qana, Lebanon, shown.

(Israeli-Lebanon border: Anderson Cooper) The situation along the Israeli-Lebanon border despite the civilians deaths in Qana reviewed; inset scenes shown from Qana. Live interview held with former CIA officer Gary Berntsen about Hizballah. [BERNTSEN†- says Hizballah does fire from civilian areas & is using the tactics of "asymmetrical warfare" & "shoot & scoot"; states Hizballah will be pushed back but not disarmed, so there will have to be a political fix with Syria separated from Iran; notes Hizballah has morphed to a state-within-a-state in Lebanon.]

(Israeli-Lebanon border: Anderson Cooper) The view of an Israeli artillery unit shown.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:04:30

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