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Middle East / Peace Talks / Unrest #132694

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 15, 1991
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Resumption of Middle East peace talks in Washington reported.

(Tel Aviv: Dean Reynolds) Moves by both Palestinians and Israelis to hamper the peace process examined; details given of the eruption of unrest in the Israeli-occupied territories by Palestinians; scenes shown from Bethlehem, Israel. [Israeli defense minister Moshe ARENS, Israeli cabinet minister Ehud OLMERT - cite need for roadside restrictions on Palestinians.] Claims that Israel is provoking the Palestinians examined; scenes shown from Jerusalem, Ramallah, West Bank, and a Palestinian olive grove where the trees were uprooted. [Peace advocate and Knesset member Yossi SARID - says replanting trees is a symbolic gesture.] Lone Israeli settler shown pulling out the seedlings.

Reynolds, Dean;
Sawyer, Forrest

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