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Middle East / Israel and Lebanon / Violence / Cease-Fire #903146

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 15, 2006
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(Beirut, Lebanon: Shepard Smith) The latest developments in the conflict between Israel and Hizballah in Lebanon reviewed; details given on Israel’s claims to have killed a senior Hizballah special forces officer, the mass exodus of evacuees returning home in Lebanon and Israel; scenes shown of refugees and damaged buildings. [Former Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan SHALOM†- warns that Hizballah is still a threat.]

(Beirut, Lebanon: Jonathan Hunt) The movement of Lebanese troops to the Litani River, the refugees’ return to their villages, the aid offered by Hizballah for rebuilding, and the Hizballah man Israel claims to have killed reported; scenes shown of destroyed buildings.

(Beirut, Lebanon: Shepard Smith) The Israeli airstrike in southern Gaza, and the new proposal for the release of the kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit†† reported; pictures of Shalit shown.

Smith, Shepard;
Hunt, Jonathan

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