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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 01, 2006
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(Studio: Susan Roesgen) The postponement of the launch of the space shuttle Discovery due to bad weather; Vice President Dick Cheney’s trip to Cape Canaveral to watch the launch; Israel’s strike on the offices of the Palestinian prime minister in an effort to win the release of a kidnapped soldier; a massive car bombing in Baghdad, Iraq, and a new audiotape said to be from Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden noted; scenes shown.

(Baghdad: Nic Robertson) Bin Laden’s message on Iraq and the successor to terrorist leader Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi reviewed.

(Studio: Susan Roesgen) The reward for new Al Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu al-Masri; the funeral in Oregon for Pfc. Thomas Tucker, who was kidnapped & killed in Iraq; the closing of government services in New Jersey because of a budget dispute, and the cleanup after the floods in New Jersey reported; scenes shown. Flash Feedback topics requested.

Roesgen, Susan;
Robertson, Nic

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