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Middle East / Peace Talks / Violence / Holidays / Beit Jalla #190230

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 23, 2000
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(White House: Josh Gerstein) President Clinton's meeting with both sides in the Middle East peace effort between the Israelis and Palestinians featured; details given of the issues being discussed. [Israeli negotiator Shlomo BEN-AMI, Palestinian negotiator Saeb EREKAT - comment on the talks.] [Secretary of State Madeleine ALBRIGHT - says the people know there is a time limit to conclude a Mideast peace deal.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The death of two more Palestinians noted.

(Beit Jalla: Deborah Amos) The Christmas season in the Christian West Bank town of Beit Jalla featured; scenes shown from the Palestinian town where most celebrations have been canceled following relentless Israeli shelling and of a theater performance for the children. [Three PALESTINIANS - comment on the situation.]

Reporter(s):
Amos, Deborah;
Brown, Aaron;
Gerstein, Josh
Duration:
00:04:30

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