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Middle East / West Bank Mosque Massacre / Unrest #152359

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 26, 1994
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(Studio: Renee Poussaint) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: Dean Reynolds) The reaction to Friday's massacre of Palestinians in the mosque in Hebron, West Bank, featured; scenes shown of the mosque dead and wounded while issues about the circumstances of the shooting are reviewed. [Israeli army chief of staff Lieutenant General Ehud BARAK - comments.] Violent protests in Israel by Arabs shown. [PALESTINIAN - comments.] The planned release of Palestinian prisoners noted.

(Studio: Renee Poussaint) Reaction of the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) and PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat to the incident and the prospects for peace talks noted.

(Studio: Renee Poussaint; Jerusalem: Garrick Utley) The future for Israeli-PLO peace talks now and their importance for President Clinton examined.

Reporter(s):
Poussaint, Renee;
Reynolds, Dean;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:04:20

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