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Middle East / Lebanon / Israel vs. Hizballah / Peace #166035

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 27, 1996
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Reports introduced.

(Nabatiyeh: Richard Gizbert) The return home to south Lebanon of those who fled the fighting between Israel and Hizballah featured; scenes shown from Nabatiyeh, Lebanon, where some of the refugees' homes were wrecked by the shelling. [LEBANESE - hates the Israelis.] The social role of Hizballah in helping returning refugees noted.

(Kiryat Shmona, northern Israel: Mike Lee) The reaction in northern Israel to the cease-fire featured; scenes shown of refugees returning to the border towns. [Israeli MAN, Kiryat Shmona resident Susan TERETZ, Israeli opposition leader Benjamin NETANYAHU - comment on the cease-fire agreement.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres said travelling to the United States to meet with President Clinton on Monday.

Brown, Aaron;
Gizbert, Richard;
Lee, Mike

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