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(Beirut: Anderson Cooper) The "war bulletin" about new attacks from Israel & Hizballah, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s trip to the region and the evacuation of Americans reviewed; casualty figures cited.
(Northern Israel: Christiane Amanpour) Israel’s ground invasion of southern Lebanon and Hizballah’s continuing rocket attacks in northern Israel reviewed; scenes shown. [Israeli Defense Forces Brig. Gen. Shuki SHACHAR- comments on military operations & Hizballah’s arsenal.] Israel’s willingness to consider an international force along the border noted & discussed.
(Beirut: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Beirut: Nic Robertson) Israel’s operations in Lebanon reviewed; inset scenes shown; details given about the U.N.’s emergency relief program. [U.N. humanitarian aid coordinator Jan EGELAND- notes the problem in getting aid supplies to southern Lebanon.] The failed mission of the U.N. force already in south Lebanon discussed.
(Beirut: Anderson Cooper) The worsening condition of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon reported.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Amanpour, Christiane;
- Robertson, Nic
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