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Middle East / Israel and Lebanon / Violence / U.N. Resolution #902192

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 05, 2006
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(Israel-Lebanon border: Trace Gallagher) The US and France backed U.N. peace agreement calling for a cease-fire in the Middle East between Israel and Hizballah in Lebanon reviewed; details given on Hizballah’s vow to continue fighting until Israel leaves Lebanon; scenes shown of a U.N. session and wreckage and smoke in northern Israel.

(U.N.: Molly Line) The U.N. Security Council’s draft resolution to end the violence in Israel and Lebanon examined; details given of the resolution’s call for “full cessation” of fighting, an end to weapons shipments to Hizballah, and the establishment of an international peacekeeping force; scenes shown of a war-damaged truck. [US Ambassador to the U.N. John BOLTON†- hopes for a positive response.]

Reporter(s):
Gallagher, Trace;
Line, Molly
Duration:
00:02:50

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