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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Diplomacy #837635

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 23, 2006
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[U.N. humanitarian official Jan EGELAND††– says we are calling for a cessation of the hostilities.]

(Beirut: Anderson Cooper) Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s mission of diplomacy to the Middle East noted.

(White House: Kathleen Koch) The administration’s position on the conflict between Israel & Hizballah examined; scenes shown of President Bush at the White House with officials from Saudi Arabia; details given of the US hope that the Saudis will convince Syria to put pressure on Hizballah. [Saudi foreign minister SAUD al-Faisal†- says the problem is Lebanon.] [White House chief of staff Josh BOLTEN†- notes US discussions with Syria have not done any good.] [Senator Christopher DODD†- says you cannot outsource your diplomacy.] [Syrian Ambassador to the US Imad MOUSTAPHA†- notes Syria’s willingness to talk directly with the US.] [Israeli Ambassador to the US Daniel AYALON†- objects to a timetable.] [US Ambassador to the U.N. John BOLTON†- comments on an international peacekeeping force.] The administration’s goal for a long-term solution discussed.

(Beirut: Anderson Cooper; Haifa: John Roberts) The White House policy of allowing Israel to pursue military objectives and the monitoring of international reaction to civilian casualties discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Koch, Kathleen;
Roberts, John

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