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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 09, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Rape & murder charges against US soldiers for an incident in Iraq; the slaughter of civilians in Sunni neighborhoods in Baghdad, and the diplomacy following North Korea’s missile tests noted. [US envoy Christopher HILL – calls for the DPRK to behave like a civilized country.] “Time” magazine’s report on the administration’s “cowboy diplomacy,” and the investigation into the deadly plane crash in Siberia, Russia, reported.

(Studio: Daniel Sieberg) The mission of the space shuttle Discovery crew updated.

(Studio: Carol Lin) The memorial service in Colorado for former Enron CEO Ken Lay; charges against Harvard University football team captain Matthew Thomas†† for assaulting his girlfriend, and Italy’s victory in the World Cup soccer tournament reported. Flash feedback request.

Lin, Carol;
Sieberg, Daniel

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