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CNN Transcripts for August 2, 2014

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CNN NEWSROOM


NEW DAY SATURDAY
• First American Ebola Patient Headed to U.S.; Fate of Israel Soldier Unknown; Obama Defends Kerry's Truce Efforts; Children in Gaza, Israel Live in Fear
• Emory Hospital Ready to Treat Two Ebola Patients Coming to U.S.; Ceasefire that Lasted Hour and a Half, Broken with Hamas's Attack; According to IDF, Its Soldier Taken Hostage by Hamas; Cairo Hoping for Israeli-Palestinian Talks; Gaza Facing Humanitarian Catastrophe; Interview with UNRWA Official about Refugees and UNRWA Workers Caught Under Fire; More Help Needed on Crash Site in Ukraine to Recover All Bodies; Blitzer Report on Sports
• Israeli Soldier Still Missing After Fire Fight; Millions of Dollars of Annual Financial Aid from Iran Have Largely Dried Up Since Syria Uprising; One of Two Americans Infected with Deadly Ebola Virus Set to Arrive in the U.S.; Seventy Dutch and Australian Officials Scouring Malayisan Airlines Crash Site; New York Medical Examiner Confirms Chokehold Death Homicide; Israel Concerned about Whereabouts of Hadar Goldin, IDF Soldier Missed in Action; Egypt's Negotiating for Peace in Israeli-Hamas Conflict; Interview with Liberian Businesswoman Leaving Liberia Due to Ebola Outbreak; Frontlines Come Close to Crash Site of MH-17; U.S. National Hurricane Center Watches Tropical Storm Bertha
• Atlanta Hospital Ready For First Ebola Patient; Fate Of Israeli Soldier Is Unknown; Obama Defends Kerry's Truce Efforts; First Ebola Patient En Route to U.S. Hospital; Goodell Defense Rice Suspension


SANJAY GUPTA MD


SMERCONISH


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