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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence / U.N. Resolution / Grange Interview #838504

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 05, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Southern Lebanon: John Roberts) The reaction from the Israeli Defense Forces to news that the U.N. Security Council has approved a draft resolution aimed at ending the fighting against Hizballah featured. The operations of an Israeli tank-hunting unit in southern Lebanon detailed; scenes shown of Israeli troops.

(Studio: Carol Lin) Live interview held with CNN military analyst retired Brig. Gen. David Grange† about the impact of the U.N. resolution on military operations. [From Madison, Wisconsin, GRANGE – suggests the U.N. should have Israel enforce Resolution 1559; notes it would be a long time before international forces could arrive; comments on the need to disarm Hizballah; comments on protests in Iraq against Israel and the influence of Iran.]

Lin, Carol;
Roberts, John

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