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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.
(London: Jim Sciutto) The standoff with Iran over the 15 British sailors and marines taken in the Persian Gulf and held captive by Iran featured; Iran's video shown; letter from captive Faye Turney quoted; details given about Iran's nuclear program. [In videotape, Royal Marine Nathan SOMMERS- says we trespassed in Iranian waters.] [British Prime Minister Tony BLAIR - reacts to what happened.] ["Newsweek International" editor Fareed ZAKARIA- says this could spin out of control.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) The impact of the Iran-Britain crisis on the price of crude oil noted.
(Studio: Betsy Stark) The rise in oil and gas prices due to fears the crisis in the Middle East will disrupt oil supplies examined; price statistics cited. [Several San Francisco MOTORISTS - react to the prices.] [FIMAT USA oil trader John KILDUFF- predicts prices will continue to rise.] [AAA Michael PINA- assesses the driver reaction.]
- Snow, Kate;
- Sciutto, Jim;
- Stark, Betsy
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