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Middle East / Gaza / Kidnapped Journalists #903871

FNC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 23, 2006
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(Washington: James Rosen) The appeal from Fox News correspondent Steve Centanni† and freelance cameraman Olaf Wiig†, who were kidnapped in Gaza by the Holy Jihad Brigades, featured; the kidnappers’ demands and Fox News editorial senior vice president John Moody quoted on screen; scenes from Centanni’s last report shown. [CENTANNI – says they are well.] [WIIG – appeals for the use of political pressure to secure their release.] [Attorney General Alberto GONZALES†- says the US does not negotiate with kidnappers.] [Palestinian President Mahmoud ABBAS† {thru translator}, Steve’s brother Ken CENTANNI†, former Middle East envoy Dennis ROSS†- comment.]
Rosen, James

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