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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence / U.N. Resolution #839321

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 12, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Agreement from Lebanon, Hizballah and likely Israel on a U.N. plan to end the fighting in the Middle East featured; details given of the terms of the peace deal, including the deployment of an international force, a ban on arms sales to Lebanon, and the release of kidnapped Israeli soldiers.

(Beirut: Jim Clancy) The impact of the fighting on Lebanese civilians and the difficulty in getting aid to south Lebanon featured; scenes shown; excerpts shown from Arab TV of a convoy of Lebanese soldiers and refugees who were struck by Israeli missiles. [Catholic Relief Services Cardinal Theodore McCARRICK†- says the only ones who can stop this are the nations of the world.] The differences between Hizballah and the Lebanese government on the terms of the cease-fire noted. The likely response of Hizballah sponsors Iran & Syria to the U.N. deal discussed.

(Studio: Carol Lin) The death toll in Lebanon & Israel cited.

Lin, Carol;
Clancy, Jim

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