This program is 29 minutes long
(Gaza: Barry Petersen) A peaceful day in Gaza featured; scenes shown of a destroyed house that housed a family of 35, a U.N. school filled with refugees, the farmers' market, car-filled streets, kids playing.
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Tel Aviv: Don Dahler) Israel's targeting of Hamas tunnels in Gaza featured; scenes shown of this underground infrastructure. [Israeli spokesman Mark REGEV- says massive-scale plots have been uncovered--they are designed to terrorize Israel.] [ISRAELI - comments on the tunnels.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Middle East diplomacy noted. [Secretary of State John KERRY - says we have to provide security for Israel and a future for the Palestinians.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod; Paris: Margaret Brennan) The prospects for a long-term solution for the fighting between Israel and Hamas and the shutdown of the US embassy in Tripoli, Libya, due to militia fighting discussed; scenes shown of diplomats in Paris for talks.
(Ukraine: Charlie D'Agata) The black boxes from Flight 17 and the ongoing war in Ukraine examined; scenes shown of the plane wreckage and a rocket barrage out of Russia into Ukraine; details given about the data from flight recorders and the problems for investigators trying to reach the wreckage.
(New York: Vinita Nair) The manhunt in Philadelphia for two men who carjacked an SUV and crashed into a street corner killing three children featured; scenes and photos shown of the wrecked car. [Philadelphia police Capt. James CLARK - calls it a sad case.] Crime rate statistics in Philadelphia cited. [MAN - says "turn yourself in."]
(Rialto, California: Teri Okita) The use by police of high-tech tools featured; statistics cited; scenes shown. [Rialto police chief Tony FARRAR, Sgt. Chris HITES- say police are using body cameras.] [ACLU's Peter BIBRING- comments on body cameras for surveillance as a police tool.]