FNC Evening News for Friday, Aug 04, 2006
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(Israel-Lebanon border: Trace Gallagher) Report introduced.
(Kiryat Shmona, Israel: Jeff Goldblatt) The danger of reporting live in a warzone examined; scenes shown of Goldblatt reacting live to rockets in Kiryat Shmona, Israel, damage in northern Israel and civilians in a bomb shelter. [MAN – describes what happened.]
(Israel-Lebanon border: Trace Gallagher) Civilian life in Tel Aviv, Israel despite Hizballah’s threats to attack reported; scenes shown of Israeli citizens on the street. [Tel Aviv CITIZEN - says life goes on.] Weapons firing heard in background.
(Gaza: Steve Centanni) Israeli air strikes and incursions in the Gaza Strip, Palestinian deaths, and the U.N.’s concern that the fighting in Gaza is being overlooked examined; scenes shown of wreckage in Gaza.
(Israel-Lebanon border: Trace Gallagher) Lebanese lawmaker’s appeal to Russia for help cited.
(Washington: James Rosen) An Israeli official’s statement that violence will continue after cease-fire and the effect of war on internal Israeli politics reported; details given on Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s approval rating; scenes shown of tanks and houses. [Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Haim MALKA- comments on Olmert’s popularity.]
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