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ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 17, 2000
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The tentative agreement between the Israelis and Palestinians to end the violence in the Middle East reported. [President CLINTON - says we should have no illusions about what is ahead.]

(Ramallah: Gillian Findlay) The fighting in Jerusalem and the West Bank after the cease-fire featured; scenes shown from the streets of Jerusalem and Ramallah. [Jerusalem Mayor Ehud OLMERT - doubts there will be a real cease-fire.] [Palestinian militia leader Marwan BARGHOUTI - comments on the summit deal; says the young Palestinians will not listen.]

Findlay, Gillian;
Jennings, Peter

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