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Middle East / Israel and Lebanon / Violence #861275

FNC Evening News for Monday, Jul 31, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Israel apologizing for the 56 civilian deaths from an air strike in Qana, Lebanon, but refusing a ceasefire reported; scenes shown of people leaving Lebanon during the brief break from attacks Israel conceded to. [Israeli Prime Minister Ehud OLMERT†- {through translator} says the real enemy is Hizballah.]

(Israel-Lebanon border: Jennifer Griffin) Israel’s security cabinet agreeing to expand its ground operation into south Lebanon reported; details given on more Israeli troops preparing to cross the border, and Israel’s assertion that there will be no ceasefire until its kidnapped soldiers are returned. [Israeli northern command deputy CHIEF - says we’re going much further into Lebanon.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Scenes shown of U.N. workers and journalists helping civilians in Bint Jbeil to safety.

(Beirut: Jonathan Hunt) New talks on the crisis involving Iran, Syria, Lebanon, and France reported; Israel resuming air strikes less than 12 hours into its tentatively promised 48 hour cessation of air strikes, and apologizing for killing members of Lebanon’s army who were in a vehicle thought to be carrying senior Hizballah officials noted.

(Studio: Shepard Smith) President Bush meeting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice after her trip to the Middle East. [Before leaving Jerusalem, RICE†- says we can achieve both a ceasefire and a lasting settlement this week.] Interview with President Bush previewed.

Smith, Shepard;
Griffin, Jennifer;
Hunt, Jonathan

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