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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Aug 20, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The standoff between police and a gunman in an apartment building near Dallas noted; scenes shown.

(Los Angeles: Dan Simon) The wait for John Karr to arrive at Los Angeles International Airport from Thailand to face charges in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case noted.

(Studio: Carol Lin) An attack on a massive Shiite celebration in Baghdad, Iraq, noted.

(Studio: Shanon Cook) Tomorrow’s opening of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s trial for the killing of Kurds with chemical weapons noted.

(Studio: Carol Lin) The refusal of passengers on a flight from Spain to the United Kingdom to fly with 2 Asian men reported. [PASSENGER – comments on the passenger rebellion.] Last Call question introduced. Republicans’ backing of Senator Joe Lieberman, a senior Democrat now running as an independent, noted. [Senator John KERRY – says Lieberman is making a Republican case.]

(Studio: Daniel Sieberg) The opening of the movie “Snakes on a Plane” noted.

(Studio: Carol Lin) Golfer Tiger Woods’ victory in the PGA Championship reported. Flash Feedback request.

Lin, Carol;
Simon, Dan;
Cook, Shanon;
Sieberg, Daniel

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