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Middle East / Israel and Lebanon / Violence / U.N. Resolution #902359

FNC Evening News for Monday, Aug 07, 2006
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(Jerusalem: Dan Springer) Lebanon’s call for changes to the U.N. draft resolution for the crisis between Israel and Hizballah, and Lebanon’s plan to send troops to southern Lebanon if Israel withdraws reviewed; scenes of the Lebanese prime minister’s speech to the Arab League, IDF videos of a shot down Hizballah drone aircraft near Haifa, and a Hizballah prisoner shown; details given on the drone and the prisoner’s background.

(Israel-Lebanon border: Trace Gallagher) The Hizballah attack on Haifa, Israel, the Lebanese rescue crew’s recovery of a girl from wreckage in Ghassaniyeh, Lebanon, and the halt of Red Cross relief efforts in southern Lebanon reported; scenes shown of a rocket hitting a building in Haifa and the girl’s rescue.

(New York City: Todd Connor) Reuters’ withdrawal of doctored photos from Lebanese photographer Adnan Hajj†† examined; doctored photos and scenes of digital editing shown. [Center for Media and Public Affairs’ Robert LICHTER†- says consistently altered photos can change people’s opinions.]

(Israel-Lebanon border: Trace Gallagher) Upcoming items noted.

Reporter(s):
Springer, Dan;
Gallagher, Trace;
Connor, Todd
Duration:
00:05:20

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