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The Headlines #854112

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Dec 23, 2006
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The U.N. vote for anti-nuclear sanctions against Iran noted. [U.N. AMBASSADOR – says Iran has thumbed its nose at the Council and defied international law.] Israel’s agreement to transfer funds for humanitarian aid to the Palestinians, and the death of Taliban general Mullah Akhtar Osmani†† in a US air strike in Afghanistan reported.

(Studio: Bonnie Schneider) The threat of floods from a storm in Texas noted.

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The replacement of Miss Nevada USA {Katie Rees†} after racy photos surfaced online noted. [REES – says this incident does not reflect who she is.] The 3rd earthquake in 4 days in the San Francisco Bay area reported.

Sanchez, Rick;
Schneider, Bonnie

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