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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 12, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The status of a U.N. cease-fire deal to end the fighting between Israel & Hizballah noted. [U.N. Secretary General Kofi ANNAN, Hizballah leader Hassan NASRALLAH {thru translator} – comment.] The investigation by British police into the terrorist plot to blow up airplanes, and pressure from the US to pounce on the suspects reported; findings of a “Newsweek” poll on the new rules for airline passengers cited. Last Call question introduced. The arraignment of 3 men who bought hundreds of cell phones, and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s trip to Cuba to visit ailing President Fidel Castro noted. Flash Feedback request.

Lin, Carol

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