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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Aug 27, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The crash of a Comair jet in Lexington, Kentucky, reported; scenes shown. [NTSB Deborah HERSMAN††- comments.] Last Call question introduced. The status of Tropical Storm Ernesto; the status of the levees in New Orleans; the release of Fox News journalists Steve Centanni†† & Olaf Wiig††, who were kidnapped in Gaza; a series of bombings in Turkey, and the surge in violence in Iraq noted. [Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-MALIKI {thru translator} – says Iraq will never be in a civil war.] The discovery of 5 bodies in a Miami home; tomorrow’s hearing for JonBenet Ramsey murder suspect John Karr, and weather worries complicating the launch of the space shuttle Atlantis reported.

Lin, Carol

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