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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 08, 2006
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Bomb damage after an Israeli air strike in south Beirut, Lebanon, shown. The roundtable of correspondents introduced; inset video shown.

(Northern Israel: Anderson Cooper; Washington: John King) The diplomatic timetable for a U.N. resolution & the questions about the fragile plan discussed.

(Northern Israel: Anderson Cooper; Beirut: Michael Ware) The changing view of the Arab League on a cease-fire in Lebanon with an eye towards a long-term solution based on a popular mandate discussed

(Northern Israel: Anderson Cooper; Israeli-Lebanese border: John Roberts) The Israeli discomfort over Hizballah's acceptance of the plan for the Lebanese army to take control of the southern region thus Israel wants a guaranteed buffer zone discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John;
Ware, Michael;
Roberts, John

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