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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 02, 2006
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(Israeli-Lebanon border: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Center for Strategic & International Studies Haim Malka† about the talk of an international force. [From Washington, MALKA - says getting an international force together & agreed upon by the parties in Lebanon will be complicated & will take several weeks or months; states strong American leadership is needed to set the tone; explains why President Bush has not talked to Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert yet; comments on the issue of disarming Hizballah, which could take years; outlines Hizballah's role in Lebanon where it has created a state-within-a-state.]

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