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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 05, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) A draft U.N. resolution for a cease-fire in the Middle East; the arrest by the Israeli military of the Palestinian parliament speaker; the view that the war between Israel & Hizballah is helping terror networks expand; Al Qaeda deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri’s announcement that Egyptian militants are joining Al Qaeda, and the uncertain status of Cuban leader Fidel Castro noted.

(Studio: Larry Smith) Two positive drug tests for cyclist Floyd Landis after his win in the Tour de France noted.

(Studio: Carol Lin) Last Call question introduced. Injuries to 2 firefighters on the job in Phoenix, and the arrest in Maryland of suspects connected to the theft of a computer containing private Veterans Administration information reported. Flash Feedback request.

Lin, Carol;
Smith, Larry

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