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Middle East / Israel and Lebanon / Violence / Bush #859296

FNC Evening News for Friday, Jul 14, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The latest developments in the escalating violence between Israel and Lebanon reviewed.

(St. Petersburg, Russia: Bret Baier) World leaders in Russia for the G8 Summit responding to the situation in the Middle East featured; details given on President Bush’s refusal of Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora††’s request to pressure Israel for a cease-fire. [Russian President Vladimir PUTIN†- {through translator} says everyone involved needs to cease military action.]

(Nahariya, Israel: Mike Tobin) Rocket attacks from Lebanon against the Israeli border town of Nahariya morning reported; scenes shown of a rocket’s impact zone and damage.

Smith, Shepard;
Baier, Bret;
Tobin, Mike

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