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Iran / Nuclear Program / Israel #911686

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 23, 2008
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Senator Barack Obama’s remarks on negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program noted.

(Middle East: Katie Couric) Tension, especially in Israel, over Iran’s increased nuclear capabilities examined; details given about Israel’s strikes on nuclear facilities in Iraq and Syria; map shown of Iran’s underground enrichment facilities. [Former MOSSAD chief Ephraim HALEVY†- comments on a possible pre-emptive military strike; explains his view on negotiations with Iran.] [Haifa, Israel, Mayor Yona YAHAV†- comments on the bombing of his city 2 years ago by Hizballah during the war with Lebanon.] [Haifa resident Mira CARASENTI†- recounts the bombing of her house.]

Smith, Harry;
Couric, Katie

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