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Middle East / Iraq-PLO Peace Talks #150872

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 16, 1994
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Israel's agreement to resume peace talks with the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) noted.

(Tel Aviv: Dean Reynolds) The division in Palestinian society featured; scenes shown from Gaza, where the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) and Hamas faced off following the death of Israeli soldier Nahshon Waxman, kidnapped by Hamas and the arrest of Hamas activists. [Israeli cabinet minister Ephraim SNEH - lauds the Palestinian effort to locate Waxman.] [Minister of education Amnon RUBINSTEIN - comments.] Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin said going for talks with Jordan's King Hussein that could well lead to a peace treaty.

Reynolds, Dean;
Simpson, Carole

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