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Middle East / Israel and Lebanon / Violence #860402

FNC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 20, 2006
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(Israel-Lebanon border: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(Beirut: Greg Palkot) Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah putting an end to rumors that he was killed in an Israeli strike yesterday; details given on his hour-long interview on Al-Jazeera, Lebanon asserting that its army will defend if Israel invades, and air strikes in Beirut today; scenes shown of destroyed buildings in Beirut.

(Israel-Lebanon border: Shepard Smith) Scenes shown of US Marines helping evacuate people from Lebanon.

(Larnaca, Cyprus: Dana Lewis) The USS Nashville docking in Larnaca, Cyprus, with 1,000 more American evacuees from Lebanon reported; details given on the progress of evacuations; scenes shown from the Larnaca harbor.

(Israel-Lebanon border: Shepard Smith) The first flight of evacuees from Lebanon landing in Baltimore, Maryland, noted; scenes shown from the airport. [MAN – comments on his experience.]

(Israel-Lebanon border: Shepard Smith) An Israeli military offensive at a Gaza refugee camp killing 3 Palestinians reported; scenes shown from the site.

(Israel-Lebanon border: Shepard Smith) Report on Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s upcoming visit to the Middle East previewed. [White House Press Secretary Tony SNOW†- says Hizballah needs to disarm.]

Smith, Shepard;
Palkot, Greg;
Lewis, Dana

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