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ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 27, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) Two more Palestinians reported killed in Israeli- occupied territories. Report introduced.

(Damascus, Syria: John McWethy) Arrival of Secretary of State George Shultz in Jordan to discuss peace plan for Middle East reported; scenes shown; absence of Jordan's King Hussein noted. Stmt. by Jordan's foreign minister that PLO should be include in peace talks noted. [SHULTZ - responds.] Shultz reported travelling to Syria to meet with President Hafez al-Assad; scenes shown. [Syrian foreign minister Farouk SHARA - says no agreement reached.] [SHULTZ - agrees.]

(Hebron, West Bank: Dean Reynolds) March of Jewish settlers in Hebron, shown; Palestinian unrest nearby shown. Nature of Palestinian protests described, shown. Difficulty of task facing Shultz noted.

Reporter(s):
McWethy, John;
Reynolds, Dean;
Serafin, Barry
Duration:
00:03:40

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