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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence #837644

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 23, 2006
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[MAN – says we are using restraint.]

(Beirut: Anderson Cooper) Reports introduced.

(Tyre, Lebanon: Karl Penhaul) The impact of the fighting between Israel & Hizballah on civilians in southern Lebanon featured; scenes shown of Hizballah rockets firing, smoke from an Israeli air strike in Tyre, injured children in a hospital, bombed-out cars; details given of claims the Israelis are packing bombs with chemicals to burn victims despite international rules. [Surgeon Dr. Wahid NAJIR†- says this is the effect of phosphorous.]

(Haifa, Israel: Paula Hancocks) The impact of the fighting on civilians in northern Israel featured; scenes shown from a Haifa hospital. [Rambam Medical Center director Rafael BEYAR†- says this is the first time this hospital has been under real attack.] [Surgeon Dr. Alon BEN NON†- comments on working during air attacks.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Penhaul, Karl;
Hancocks, Paula

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