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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence / Cease-Fire / Iran #840349

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 14, 2006
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) The tenuous cease-fire in the Middle East introduced; death toll for Lebanon & Israel cited.

(Tyre, Lebanon: Richard Engel) The situation in Lebanon as the cease-fire begins featured; details given of Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah’s declaration of victory; scenes shown of a convoy of ambulances & reporters, destroyed buildings, aid convoys, Lebanese refugees, unexploded ordnance, celebrations in Tyre & Beirut.

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Metula, Israel: Martin Fletcher) Uncertainty in Israel over whether the cease-fire will hold featured; scenes shown of Israeli artillery firing last shots, reserve troops returning. [MAN – explains what a cease-fire means in this part of the world.] [SOLDIER – says it’s a feeling of a failed mission.] [Israeli political analyst Emanuel ROSEN†- says Nasrallah is a dead man.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(White House: David Gregory) President Bush’s view on the war featured; details given of his linking this war to the war in Iraq and his blaming of Iran for supporting armed groups to stop democracy. [BUSH†- says Iran must stop its support of terror; downplays Hizballah’s claim of victory.] Bush’s message to Iran discussed.

Brown, Campbell;
Engel, Richard;
Fletcher, Martin;
Gregory, David

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